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ANNUAL REPORT 



1985 



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SARAH ELEANOR HEYWOOD 

March 30, 1985 
Head Librarian of Paul Pratt Memorial Library 



WINIFRED E. GREENE 

July 12, 1985 
School and Election Worker 



KENNETH E. THAYER 

December 10, 1985 
Recycling for Board of Health 



MALCOLM H. STEVENS 

December 30, 1985 
Town Accountant 



TOWN OF COHASSET 

Incorporated 1770 

Population June, 1983 — 7,617 

Twelfth Congressional District 

Representative: Gerry E. Studds 

Norfolk and Plymouth Senatorial District 

Senator: Allan B. McKinnon, Weymouth 

Third Plymouth Representative District 

Representative: Mary Jeanette Murray, Cohasset 



Annual Town Meeting 

First Saturday in April 

Election of Officers 

Second Saturday in April 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Board of Selectmen 
of the Financial Affairs 

OF THE 

Town of Cohasset 

Reports of the School Committee 

AND THE 

Report of Other Town Officers 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 



i/985 



Town Officers 

1985-1986 



SELECTMEN 



Frank W. England 
Clifford Mitman, Jr. 
Mary Jane E. Mc Arthur 
Rocco F. Laugelle 
Diane C. Sullivan 



William D. Weeks 



MODERATOR 



Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1988 



Term expires April 1987 



Frances L. Marks 



TOWN CLERK 



Term expires April 1987 



Thomas S. Duggan 
Warren S. Pratt 
Michael C. Patrolia 



ASSESSORS 



Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 



Elizabeth B. Ripley 



TREASURER-COLLECTOR 



Term expires April 1987 



Harold W. Litchfield 



HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 



Term expires April 1987 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



John Langmaid 
Diane David Kornet 
Richard M. Conley 
Joseph R. Nedrow 
Barbara W. Bliss 



Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1988 



TRUSTEES OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



Barbara M. Power 
Lucia R. Woods 
Michele A. Buckley 
Sheila S. Evans 
John R. McNabb, Jr. 
Doris R. McNulty 
Elizabeth F. Eaton 
Agnes McCann 
David H. Wadsworth 



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April 1986 
April 1986 
April 1986 
April 1987 
April 1987 
April 1987 
April 1988 
April 1988 
April 1988 



Barbara A. Kern 
Dr. Charles M. Bliss 
Dr. John M. Burns 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 



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PLANNING BOARD 



Daniel C. Cotton 
L. Christine Bassett 
Robert H. Sturdy 
Patrick A. Plante 
JohnF. O' Toole 



Peter J. Pratt 
William Montouri 
Lot E. Bates 



Frank C. DeSantis, Jr. 

Edward M. Guild 

R. Gary Vanderweil, Jr. 



Gerald A. Buckley 
Mary K. Muncey 
Peter G. Laugelle 
Terese England Duggan 
Richard P. Barrow 
Alna L. Ekberg 
Robert G. Beggan 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS 



RECREATION COMMISSION 



Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 

Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 

Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 



Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1990 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 



John D. Muncey 

Ralph Perroncello 

Marguerite M. Libby 

Kathleen M. Conte 

Leo Happenny (Appointed by Governor) 



Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1990 
Term expires April 1989 
Term expires July 28, 1987 



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TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

Term Expires 
Executive Secretary 

Donald R. Andrew (Appointed 6/3/85) 

Town Accountant 

William S. Signorelli (Resigned 1/4/85) 

Chief of Police 

Joseph M. Kealey 

Sergeants of Police Under Civil Service 

Richard P. Barrow 
Robert W. Jackson 

Patrolmen Under Civil Service 

Richard J. Abbadessa 
Lawrence D. Ainslie 
Brian Cogill 
David C. Cogill 
Carmelo Conte 
John C. Conte 
Frederick H. Grassie 
Maureen F. Healy 
Clifton B. Jones 
Paul J. Laugelle 
Brian W. Noonan 
David J. Pomarico 
John J. Rhodes III 
John H. Small 
Richard Yocum 

Special Police Officers 

Harry H. Ritter Harbor Master 

Clifford J. Dickson Cohasset Yacht Club & Assist. Harbor Master 

William G. Stone Assistant Harbor Master (Little Harbor) 

James Curley Shellfish Constable 

Harold Litchfield Highway Surveyor 

Martin W. Dooley Fire Chief 

Stephen.Wigmore Superintendent of Wires 

Benjamin F. Curley Superintendent of Water Department 

Peter G. Laugelle Superintendent of Tree & Park Dept. 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr Director of Civil Defense 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr Plumbing & Gas Inspector 

Lot E. Bates, Jr Sealer of Weights & Measures 

Manuel Salvador Sewer Plant Supervisor 

John M. Worley Recreation Director 

Edward A. J. . Poskus Building Inspector 



Lockup Keepers 

Joseph M. Kealey 
Richard P. Barrow 
Robert W. Jackson 

Dog Officer 

Richard Yocum 1986 

Director of Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 

Arthur L.Lehr, Jr.. 1986 

Hazardous Waste Coordinator 

Victoria Grayken 1986 

Fire Chief 

Martin W. Dooley 

Fire Department Under Civil Service 

James Lee Gurry Captain 

Roger W. Lincoln Captain 

Robert D. Silvia (appointed 5/24/85) Captain 

Mark H. Trask Captain 

Edward Barrow Firefighter 

Paul T. Bilodeau Firefighter EMT 

John T. Boswell, III Firefighter 

Richard Conley Firefighter 

Edward M. Corbo Firefighter 

Linwood L. Davis Firefighter 

Thomas P. Finegan Firefighter 

James E. Fiori Firefighter 

Thomas G. Hernan (appointed 9/25/85) Firefighter EMT 

William T. Litchfield Firefighter 

Matthew B. Marr Firefighter 

Paul F. McGaffigan Firefighter 

Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr Firefighter 

Robert F. Protulis Firefighter EMT 

William J. Protulis Firefighter 

Randall W. Rosano * Firefighter 

James P. Runey Firefighter 

Edward J. Struzik Firefighter 

Peter Trask Firefighter EMT 

Eric Wenzlow Firefighter EMT 

Forest Warden 

Martin W. Dooley, Fire Chief 

Local Superintendent of Insect Pest Control 

Peter G. Laugelle 



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Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 

Edward A. J. Poskus 1986 

Plumbing and Gas Inspector (appointed by Building Inspector) 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr. 1986 

Superintendent of Wires 

Stephen F. Wigmore 

Assistant Superintendent of Wires 

Richard Gallo 

Town Counsel 

Richard A. Henderson 1986 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Lot E.Bates 1986 

Keeper of Town Clock 

Noel A. Ripley 

Measurer of Wood and Bark 

LotE. Bates, Jr. 1986 

Dirctor of Veterans' Affairss 

T. Gerard Keating (resigned 9/30/75) 

Noel A. Ripley 1986 

Veterans' Burial Agent 

Noel A. Ripley 1986 

Constable 

Maria A. Plante 1986 

Inspector of Public Buildings 

Edward A. J. Poskus, Buillding Inspector 
Martin W. Dooley, Fire Chief 

Fence Viewers 

Grace A. Donohue 1986 

Kearin A. Dunn 1986 

Harbormaster 

Harry H. Ritter 

Assistant Harbormaster 

Clifford J. Dickson 1986 

William G. Stone (for Little Harbor) 1986 



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Shellfish Constable 

James Curley 1986 

Assistant Shellfish Constable 

Harry H.Ritter 1986 

Town Archivist 

David H. Wadsworth 1986 

Custodian of Town Hall 

Pauline J. Litchfield 

Board of Tree and Park Commissioners 

Members of the Board of Selectmen 

Tree, Park and Cemetery Superintendent 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Caretakers 

Herbert Marsh, Woodside, Beechwood, Perkings and Cedar Street Cemeteries 



Boards, Commissions, Committees and Representatives Appointed by the Board of Selectmen 
Council on Aging 

Rev. John Keohane, Chairman 1987 

Helen Barbary 1987 

Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 1986 

Mary Donovan 1986 

George Fellows 1988 

Anthony Finegan 1987 

Charlotte Leland 1988 

Gerard Keating _ 1988 

Katherine M. McGrath 1988 

Edward T. Mulvey 1986 

BettyP.Enders 1988 
Alice Daunt (representative) 
Helen Hooper (representative) 
Sheila Kelly (representative) 

Arts Lottery Council 

Laurence W. Fone, Jr., Chairman 1987 

Linda Holloran 1986 

Helen Ketcham 1987 

Ellen Morrissey 1987 

Christine M . Conley 1 987 

Building Code Appeal Board 

Francis A. Evans 1988 

Joseph W. MacDonald 1987 

James Salyards 1988 

Frederic H. Wood, Jr. 1990 



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By-Law Committee, Permanent 

Mary E. Gainor, Chairman 1986 

Arthur E. Nilsson 1987 

Cornelia L. O'Malley 1988 

Cable T.V. Council 

Joseph McCool, Chairman (Community Rep.) 1986 

David Chittim, Chairman (Community Rep.) (resigned 6/30/85) 1986 

Margaret Dillon (Art Center) 1 987 

Richard Hayes (Library) 1988 

Donald McAllister (Community Rep.) 1986 

Denise Ripley (Drama) 1988 

Alna Ekberg (Recreation) 1 987 

John Packard (School Committee) 1988 

Michael Greiner 1988 

Richard A. McCarthy 1988 

Cohasset Common Historic District Commission, 

James Sandell, Chairman 1986 

Patricia Dean 1987 

Donald Evans 1987 

L. Emmett Holt, Alternate 1986 

James Murphy 1988 

Joyce Sturdy 1988 

Gordon Stevenson 1986 

Hubert P. Vanderlugt 1986 

Kathryn Young 1988 

Conservation Commission 

Merle S. Brown, Chairman 1988 

Patricia C. Buckley 1986 

Laura Doherty 1987 

H. Richard Maichle 1988 

Robert Maki 1987 

Austin O' Toole 1986 

William H . Parmenter 1 988 

Disposal Area Study Committee 

Donald L. DeMichele, Chairman 1986 

Sherry Becker 1987 

Eleanor Cooney-Smith 1987 

Arthur M. Pompeo 1986 

Jeffrey Power 1987 

Priscilla S. Tebbetts 1988 

Government Island Study Committee 

Hamilton Tewksbury, Chairman 1986 

Richard P. Barrow 1986 

Robert M. Davenport 1987 

Edward J. Figueiredo 1987 

Vivian M. McCormack 1988 

Noel Ripley 1987 

Harry Ritter 1988 

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Cohasset Harbor Committee 

John Pfaffmann, Chairman 1986 

A. J. Antoine 1988 

Herbert Jason 1988 

Peter Laugelle 1987 
Harry Ritter Indefinite Term 

Harry B. St. Onge 1987 

William Stone 1987 

Cultural Exchange Committee 

Judith S. Keim, Chairman 
Rosette Greco 
Mildred Mitman 
Paul Narkiewicz 
Jacqueline Fahey 
Elizabeth Warren 

Historical Commission 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 1986 

Elizabeth Enders 1988 

Patricia Murphy 1986 

Grace Tuckerman 1987 

David H . Wads worth 1 988 

Linda Wakeman 1987 
Roger Leonard (resigned 11/85) 

Insurance Advisory Committee 

Thomas Sheppard 

David Bernstein 

Gait Grant 

James J. McCullough (resigned 2/85) 

Mass. Transportation Commission to represent the Town of Cohasset in the Greater 
Boston Region 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council Representative 

Martha K. Gjesteby Indefinite 

Milliken Field Improvement Committee 

Kenneth Ekberg, Chairman 

Terese Duggan 

Clark Chatterton 

Charles DeSantis 

Peter Laugelle 

Edward Poskus (ex-officio) 



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Registrars of Voters 

David Chittim 1987 

Alice Daunt 1986 

Robert S. Pape 1988 

Burtram J. Pratt 1987 
Frances Marks (ex-officio) 

South Shore Regional School District Representative 

David Chittim 1987 

Straits Pond Management Committee 

Joseph Godzik, 
Gary Vanderweil 
Joanne Sheppard 
Mary I. McGrath 

Town Garage Study Committee 

James Gallagher 
Donald O'Neill 
James Salyards 
Robert Stansel, Jr. 

Town Hall Study Committee 

Benjamin Blake, Chairman 
Anthony Fasciano 
Colin Studds 
David Terry 
Joseph Wolfe, Jr. 

Watershed Protection Area Committee 

Jeffrey Bettinger, Chairman 

Thomas Cook 

Jack Hubbard 

William Baird 

Daniel Cotton 

Victoria Grayken 

Barbara Kern 

Mary Jane McArthur 

Peter Pratt 

Wompatuck State Park Advisory Council Representatives 

Donald B. Kennedy Open Term 

Larry Mitchell Open Term 

Liaison to GSA — John Hubbard 

Zoning Board of Appeals 

Myrna Putziger, Chairman 1987 

Mark DeGiacomo 1987 

Terrence Farrell 1986 

Barbara M . Power 1 986 

S. Woodworth Chittick— Associate 1986 



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Boards, Committees, Commissions, and Representatives 
Appointed by Authorities other than the Board of Selectmen 

Advisory Committee 

Jacqueline M. Dormitzer, Chairman 1986 

Jane O. Goedecke 1988 

ArneK. Gjesteby 1988 

Richard E.Horn 1986 

Frederick R. Koed 1987 

William R. Lean, Jr. 1987 

Margaret M. O'Donnell 1986 

Elizabeth J. Millard 1988 

Dennis L. Rossi 1987 

Capital Budget Committee 

Edwin H. Tebbetts, Chairman 1987 

William E. Haynes 1988 

Geoffrey E. Nothnagle 1988 

John A. Vivian 1987 

Kenneth P. Wilcox 1988 

Design Review Board 

Robert Stansell, Chairman 1986 

Peter O'Connor 1988 

Nancy S. Garrison (Assoc. Member) 
Maxwell R. Pounder (Assoc. Member) 
Roger Whitley (Assoc. Member) 
Edward A. J. Poskus — ex-officio 

Drainage Advisory Committee 

Thomas C. Cook, Chairman 1988 

Lyle E. Branagan 1987 

Thomas Cowan 1986 

Penelope Kern 1987 

James P. Leonard (Resigned 6/85) 
Walter G. Ross (Resigned 8/85) 
Diane C. Sullivan (Resigned 4/85) 

Town Government Structure Committee 

John K. McNabb, Jr., Chairman 1986 

Jean B. Cotton 1988 

Osborne F. Ingram 1986 

Chartis B. Langmaid 1988 

John O'Donnell 1988 

John P. Reardon, Jr. 1988 

John F. Whoriskey 1987 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 

Chartis B. Langmaid, Chairman 
William Baird 
Lot Bates 



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Jeffrie A. Bettinger 
Gordon Deane 
Victoria Grayken 
Barbara Kern 
Martin Dooley (Fire Chief) 



Personnel Committee 

Janet Daggett, Chairman 
Francis Evans 
Michael Howley 
Edward Lubitz, Jr. 
Rita M. Strong 



1988 
1987 
1988 
1987 
1987 



Recycling Committee (Board of Health) 

Arthur L. Lehr 
Merle Brown 
Jack Hubbard 

School Facilities Committee, under Article 42, March Meeting 1960, 
Appointed by the Moderator and Article 33 of 1975 Meeting 

Appointed by Moderator 



Linda Henderson 




1990 


George Marlette III 




1988 


Robert Beggan 




1989 


Appointed by Selectmen 






Richard J. Silvia 




1986 


Marie McCarthy 




1985 


Robert L. Julian 




1987 


Appointed by School Committee 






Irene Brown 




1987 


Daniel Dormer 




1988 


James McKinnell 




1986 


Sewer Advisory Committee 






William Baird, Chairman 


Herbert Jason 




Richard Avery 


Dr. C. Michael Bliss 




Stephen Bartow 


Patricia Buckley 




Gait Grant 


Charles DeSantis 




Muriel Silvia 


Joseph Gwinn 




Diane Sullivan 


Edward Guild 




Gary Vanderweil 


Fred Johansen 




Barbara Kern 


Jacqueline Dormitzer 




Mary Jane McArthur 


Rita Strong 





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Jury List — 1985 



1. Adams, Engracia, F. 

2. Allen, Matthew, R. 

3. Androski, Peter D. 

4. Armin, Jeanne N. 

5. Barrett, John H. 

6. Bell, William M. 

7. Benbow, Mary W. 

8. Brackett, Valentina C. 

9. Brown, Norman W. 

10. Cahill, Corinne H. 

1 1 . Callahan, Charles R. 

12. Carey, Sigrid A. 

13. Daniels, Virginia N. 

14. Davenport, Robert 

15. Davis, Donald 

16. Deal, Carol 

17. Dean, John S. 

18. Deane, Gordon L. 

19. Doherty, John R. 

20. Emde, Fredirick P. 

21. Enos, Donald E. 

22. Fahey, Elaine H. 

23. Ford, Dennis Michael 

24. Geaney, Sally Marie 

25. Dellorfano, Patricia Ann 

26. Gillespie, Catherine P. 

27. Gruber, Alan R. 

28. Hamill, Lynda C. 

29. Hanlon, Katharine Anne 

30. Jancsics, Glenn D. 

31. Larrabee, Joseph G. 

32. Laugelle, Peter G. 

33. Leary, Roberta K. 

34. MacLure, Janet W. 

35. McClellan, Robert 

36. McGee, Donna J. 

37. Messner, James A. 

38. Nedrow, Joseph R. 

39. Paine, Cynthia J. 

40. Reynolds, Michael J. 

41. Ricketts, Frances E. 

42. Rouch, William Edward 

43. Russell, Elizabeth S. 

44. Sanchez, Armando 

45. Shea, Carol A. 

46. Shultz, Lawrence R. 

47. Terry, Suzanne S. 

48. Tierney, Joseph M. 

49. Thomson, Virginia H. 

50. Trettis, Donald R. 

51. Wirth, James D. 



18 Reservoir Road 
133 Beechwood Street 
41 Hobart Lane 
12 Tupelo Road 
457 Beechwood Street 
73 Elm Street 
22 Red Gate Lane 
365 Atlantic Avenue 

7 Windsor Road 

405 South Main Street 
241 Pond Street 

8 James Lane 
79 Lantern Lane 

17 Black Horse Lane 

14 Elm Street 

15 Fern way 
Meadow Lane 

672 Jerusalem Road 
39 Cedar Acres Lane 

83 Summer Street 
210 Lamberts Lane 
258 Beechwood Street 
106 Doane Street 

589 Jerusalem Road 
82 Jerusalem Road 
27 Ledgewood Drive 

84 Jerusalem Road 
24 Bates Lane 

79 Beechwood Street 
22 Little Harbor Road 
24 Hammond Avenue 

17 King Street 
96 Elm Street 
183 Sohier Street 
29 Oak Street 

27 Hill Street 
120 Doane Street 
21 Fair Oaks Lane 
255 South Main Street 
364 Beechwood Street 
39 Hill Street 

8 Stevens Lane 

9 Clay Spring Road 
227 Beechwood Street 

18 Bancroft Way 
38 Linden Drive 
32 Margin Street 

36 Stockbridge Street 
150 Beach Street 
660 Jerusalem Road 
14 Red Gate Lane 



Pharmacist 

Produce Clerk 

Engineer 

Free-Lance Director 

Supervisor 

Mechanical Engineer 

Therapist 

Housewife 

Retired 

Office Nurse 

Salesman 

Assembler 

Housewife 

Marketing Analyst 

Salesman 

Housewife 

Engineer 

Business Owner 

Operator Power Station 

Insurance Agent 

Insurance Claims 

Educational Organizer 

Dir. Purchasing 

Mgr. Sales 

Home Maker 

Secretary 

Neuropsychologist 

Fine Arts Printer 

Contract Cleaning 

GSA 

Coh. Tree Supt. 

City Planner 

Home Maker 

Manuf. Rep. 

Dir. Human Resources 

Claims Manager 

Regional Mgr. 

Student 

Funeral Director 

Coh. School Cafeteria 

Federal Investigator 

Clerk-Typist 

Aircraft Engineer 

Adm. Secretary 

Construction & Teacher 

Home Maker 

Config. Specialist 

At Home 

Salesman 

Parts Driver 



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Report of the Board of Selectmen 

1985 marked the third year of the expanded five-member Board of Selectmen in 
Cohasset. The Board now has the manpower to more closely monitor the government of 
our Town and we do our utmost to fulfill that responsibility. The Board is constantly 
faced with new problems and 1985 was certainly no exception. This year's Annual 
Report summarizes some of the more major issues to face the Board and looks ahead to 
some of the problems we will be facing in the coming months and years. 

KEY APPOINTMENTS AND EVENTS 

March 11 Appointed Robert Pape to the Board of Registrars. 

March 25 Appointed Thomas Duggan to the Board of Assessors until the 1986 

Town Election. 
May 9 Appointed Donald R. Andrew to combined position of Executive 

Secretary/Town Accountant on a trial basis. 
June 17 Special Town Meeting with 35 Articles 

September 9 Appointed Noel Ripley as Veterans' Agent 

September 27 Hurricane Gloria hits Cohasset 
October 4 Effective date of resignation of Town Accountant William S. 

Signorelli. 
October 25-27 Selectmen attended Massachusetts Municipal Association Meeting in 

Hyannis 
November 18 Appointed Daniel F. Brock Fire Chief effective January 1, 1986. 
December 9 Special Town Meeting with 28 Articles. 

ON-GOING BOARD ACTIVITIES 

The Board encourages participation of the public at Selectmen's meetings and tries 
to maintain a line of communication with all Town Boards and Committees through the 
designation of Board members as liaisons to them. 

The Board is becoming increasingly more cost conscious as the amount of money it 
takes to run the Town increases each year. The Board has examined various ways of in- 
creasing local revenues and keeping costs down, while maintaining the level of services 
we all desire. The Board will continue to monitor and evaluate the efficiency of Town 
services and make or recommend appropriate changes as they become necessary. 

TOWN FACILITIES 

Our present facilities are in need of modernization. Space at the Town Hall is 
limited and frequently Boards or Committees are prevented from meeting due to a lack 
of space. We are unable to house all Town Departments in the Town Hall at present and 
have to maintain two buildings as a result. The Town Hall Study Committee has worked 
many hours during the last year to develop a proposal for solving our space problems in 
that building. An addition to the existing building will not only allow all departments to 
be housed under one roof, but it will permit others now in the Town Hall to expand 
their current office spaces to eliminate cramped conditions and improve operations. 

The Police/Fire Station is another building that is in need of updating. Renovation 
and expansion of this critical facility is desperately needed. The current facility provides 
the same level of service that three fire stations formerly provided, in addition to hous- 
ing the police department. A committee will be carrying on the preliminary work started 
by the Board of Selectmen and present a proposal to the voters in the Spring of 1986 for 
upgrading this essential facility. 



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The Board proceeded, in accordance with Town Meeting vote, to sell the In- 
dependence Building on South Main Street. This will be accomplished early in 1986. 

On September 27 our facilities were needed for emergency shelter during Hurricane 
Gloria. The High School was utilized for residents who needed or desired to evacuate 
their homes. Arrangements for sleeping and eating were made by the School Depart- 
ment. Fortunately, we did not need to use the shelter facilities to the degree for which 
we prepared, but the storm did make us aware of the level of emergency services we 
must be ready to provide on short notice. The Fire Station served as headquarters for 
the Civil Defense Department during the storm. The Director of Civil Defense, Arthur 
Lehr, Jr., did an excellent job of coordinating emergency preparedness among Town 
departments and we commend him and the other Town department heads and 
employees who helped get Cohasset through this difficult time. 

BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS 

The Board of Selectmen is constantly recruiting interested residents to serve on 
Town Boards and Committees. Many of our committees are temporary and dissolve 
upon completion of their purpose. Others are on-going and make a continuous con- 
tribution to our government. We need the expertise of our citizenry and encourage all 
interested residents to participate in our government. 

During the year the following advisory groups were formed: 

1 . Fire Chief Search Committee — to seek qualified candidates for consideration for 
appointment to the position of Fire Chief. 

2. Cultural Exchange Committee — to promote and encourage communication be- 
tween Cohasset and our sister city in France, Souppes-sur-Loing. 

3. Police/Fire Station Renovation Committee — to seek a qualified architect for the 
design phase of this project and to advise on the improvements necessary to be in- 
cluded. 

4. Milliken Field Committee — to carry forward the design and engineering required 
to expand and modernize our athletic fields in accordance with an article passed 
by Town meeting. 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 1985 

The Board has developed a number of new procedures to improve government and 
limit our financial liability. We have addressed the liquor liability problem and 
developed policies that will not leave us in the position of being held liable for accidents 
relating to the service or consumption of liquor. Street opening regulations have been 
developed and will be put into effect in early 1986. Flood Insurance maps are being 
finalized and we anticipate the Town's participation in the program in 1986. We applied 
for, and will receive, a grant to train our Town Department Heads in the evaluation of 
employees. This, along with a study of our personnel classification plan and bylaws, 
should insure fair and equitable treatment of our Town's non-union employees. The 
Fair Labor Standards Act was applied by Supreme Court Ruling to municipalities. We 
worked with our Congressman to encourage passage of legislation that would allow us 
to continue providing the same level of services we had previously provided without 
adding significantly to the cost to the taxpayer. The Board recognized the plight of 
those still listed as Missing in Action in Southeast Asia. In November, the 
Massachusetts Vietnam Era Veterans' Association presented the Town with an MIA 
flag which now flies daily on the Town Common. In December, we renewed the Town's 
insurance policies with higher premiums than we previously paid. But due to the dif- 
ficulty in obtaining liability coverage, we feel fortunate we got the rates and coverage we 



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did. We offer our thanks to the Insurance Advisory Committee for a job well done. The 
Town must constantly review and update its policies and procedures to conform to new 
laws and to provide the best possible service at the lowest possible cost. 

FUTURE PLANS 

Some of the major issues to be addressed by the Selectmen in the coming year are: 

1 . Appointment of a Town Accountant 

2. Finalizing renovations and additions to the Town Hall and the Police/Fire 
Complex on Elm Street 

3. Development of emergency procedures for use during extreme adverse 
weather conditions and when other circumstances require our civil defense 
department to be activated. 

4. Restoration of rail service to the South Shore 

5. Assist the Watershed Protection Committee and Board of Water Commis- 
sioners in developing bylaws to protect our Town water supply 

The Board would like to thank our Town employees who are crucial to the provi- 
sion of services to Cohasset residents and also Town citizens who served on Boards and 
Committees during the year. The assistance provided by these dedicated people helps 
the Board of Selectmen fulfill its responsibility to the residents of Cohasset and main- 
tain a high level of municipal service to the Community. We would like to give a special 
note of thanks to Bill Signorelli who retired this year after seventeen years of service as 
our Town Accountant. We wish him a happy retirement and the best of health in the 
years ahead. 

We look forward to 1986 and the challenges it will bring to us. Hopefully, it will 
bring more interested residents to the government of Cohasset and our Town will con- 
tinue to improve. 

Board of Selectmen 

Frank W. England, Chairman 

Clifford Mitman, Jr., Vice Chairman 

Rocco F. Laugelle 

Mary Jane E. Mc Arthur 

Diane C. Sullivan 

Donald R. Andrew, Executive Secretary 



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Town Clerk's Report 
of the Annual Town Meeting 

April 6, 1985 

At the Annual Business Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 
1:00 P.M., the following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted upon as 
recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by the 
Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 12:30 P.M. were Constance S. Jones, Barbara 
Williams, Janice Rosano, Margaret C. Hernan. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks and sworn in at 12:55 P.M. 
were Bernard Mulcahy, Frederick F. Howe, Grace R. Tuckerman and Arthur L. Lehr, 
Jr. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists at 1:30 P.M. 
was 209 voters. At 1:40 P.M. the meeting was called to order by the Moderator and the 
Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. Total registered voters checked in 
on the voting lists totaled 359. 

Rev. E. Clifford Cutler of St. Stephen's Church gave the invocation. 

Members of the Cohasset Boy Scout Troop 28 presented the colors, led the pledge 
of allegiance to the flag, and presented to the town a flag of the United States which has 
been flown over the capital of the United States in Washington, D.C. 

Article 1. To choose all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 

MOVED: That the appropriate appointing authority as set forth by General Laws, ap- 
point all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 
Article 1. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY JOSEPH R. NEDROW, CHAIRMAN OF 
THE COHASSET SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

RESOLUTION 

Upon the recommendation of Cohasset Town Government, and with the proud 
support of the School Committee and the School System, it is resolved that nineteen 
hundred and eighty-five be proclaimed as "The Year of the Basketball Champions," 
honoring the young men and women of the Cohasset Junior/Senior High School, girls' 
and boys' basketball program. 

Whereas, the Skippers' many records include the winning of their league Champion- 
ship, the South Sectional Championship, the Eastern Massachusetts Championship, 
and finally the unprecedented victory as Boys' State Division III Champions and Girls' 
State Division III runners-up, we hereby extend our sincere congratulations to all 
members of both teams for their outstanding and record-setting achievements. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To act upon the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in the 
Annual Town Report for 1984. 

MOVED: That the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in the Annual Town 
Report for 1984 be accepted. 
ARTICLE 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 3. To hear the reports of any Committee heretofore chosen and act 
thereon. 

MOVED: That the report of any committee heretofore chosen be hear4, and that the 
reports of Town committees be heard, accepted and that the committees continue in of- 
fice. 
ARTICLE 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to fix the salaries and compensation of 
Elected Officers, and to see what sums the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, 
from available funds, or otherwise, for the payment of the salaries and compensation, 
expenses, equipment and outlays, capital and otherwise, of the several Town Depart- 
ments, for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

SEE APPENDIX A 



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APPENDIX B 

CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 
Other than Schools 

NOTE: The term Capital Outlay covers an expenditure of $200.00 or more for equip- 
ment or of $500.00 or more for the reconstruction or establishment of a physical 
betterment, the useful life of which is expected to exceed two years. Separate line ap- 
propriations are shown for these items since they represent special and specific 
allotments and are intended to be expended solely for the purposes indicated. 

July 1, 1985 
June 30, 1986 Total 

Selectmen: 

Executive Desk $ 468.00 

Executive Chair 314.00 

Secretarial Chair 150.00 

(2) Side Chairs 440.00 

Storage Cabinet 175.00 

Word Processor & Printer 2,000.00 $ 3,547.00 

Accountant: 

Calculator 80.00 

Assessors: 

Calculator 80.00 

Treasurer— Collector: 

Electric Typewriter 600.00 

Planning Board: 

(2) four-drawer File Cabinets 220.00 

Desk and Chair 205.00 425.00 



23,011.00 



Police: 




(2) Vehicles less trade in of 2 vehicles 


20,000.00 


Motorola mobile unit 




(radio, siren, speaker) 


2,532.00 


Electric Typewriter 


479.00 


Fire Department: 




Respirator 


650.00 


Typewriter 


300.00 


Voice Pagers 


8,000.00 


Antennae System 


2,501.00 


Tree and Park: 




Portable Radio 


650.00 


Portable Generator 


650.00 


Fertilizer Spreader 


2,150.00 


Harbor Dept.: 




Outboard Motor 


1,940.00 


Doors and casings for Harbormaster Building 


750.00 


Picture Window 


250.00 


Telephone answering device 


250.00 


Wire Dept.: 




One fire alarm case 


215.00 


Microphones, speakers and amplifiers 


1,200.00 


Fire alarm hardware and wire 


875.00 


Electric hammer drill 


545.00 



11,451.00 



3,450.00 



3,190.00 



2,835.00 



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Highway: 

Electric overhead garage door 

Sand spreader 

Snow plow 
Landfill: 

Monitoring wells 

Front-end loader 
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Chlorine detector 

Portable typewriter 

(2) desks and chairs 

Folding Conference table 
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Storage Cabinet 
Water Dept: 

Engineering Services 

Electric typewriter 

Simplexalum pump 

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1,994.00 




6,871.00 




3,879.00 


12,744.00 


1,500.00 




21,899.00 


23,399.00 


1,100.00 




300.00 




650.00 




150.00 


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200.00 


1,000.00 




600.00 




885.00 




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2,980.00 



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ARTICLE 4 

MOVED: that this article be considered, covered and acted upon in one vote, that the 
sum of $8,883,231.00 is appropriated, the sum of $76,911.00 for salaries of elected 
Town Officers as follows: Town Clerk, $19,000.00; Clerk, Board of Registrars, 
$329.00; Highway Surveyor, $22,994.00; Moderator, $125.00; Treasurer-Collector, 
$25,263.00; Selectmen, $5,500.00; Assessors, $3,700.00 for the ensuing fiscal year and 
that $8,806,320.00 for Personal Services, Expenses, and Capital Outlays, Interest, 
Maturing Debt and other charges for various departments for the ensuing fiscal year 
said being recommended for all purposes, as shown in Appendix A pages 1 through 16, 
inclusive, Annual Town Meeting Warrant April 6, 1985, copy attached hereto and to 
meet said appropriation the following transfers are authorized from: Income from 
Trust Funds— Parks: Wheelwright Park, $1,600.00; Wadleigh Park, $400.00; Robert 
Charles Billings and Billings-Pratt, $300.00; State Aid Water Pollution Control, 
$2,468.00; Dog Licenses from County, $375.99; Income from Trust Funds — Library, 
$5,000.00; State Aid for Libraries, $3,587.00; Income from Trust Funds— Cemeteries; 
Woodside, $6,000.00; Beechwood, $1,000.00; Interest received from sale of bonds, 
$846.17, Federal Revenue Sharing Funds received or to be received $96,000.00; From 
Surplus Revenue, $50,000.00; the balance as follows: from Water Revenue 
$652,750.21; from interest on sale of bonds for Water Department, $1,485.79; and from 
taxation the sum of $8,061,417.84. 



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APPENDIX B 

CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 
Other than Schools 

NOTE: The term Capital Outlay covers an expenditure of $200.00 or more for equip- 
ment or of $500.00 or more for the reconstruction or establishment of a physical 
betterment, the useful life of which is expected to exceed two years. Separate line ap- 
propriations are shown for these items since they represent special and specific 
allotments and are intended to be expended solely for the purposes indicated. 



Selectmen: 

Executive Desk 

Executive Chair 

Secretarial Chair 

(2) Side Chairs 

Storage Cabinet 

Word Processor & Printer 
Accountant: 

Calculator 
Assessors: 

Calculator 
Treasurer— Collector: 

Electric Typewriter 
Planning Board: 

(2) four-drawer File Cabinets 

Desk and Chair 



July 1, 1985 
June 30, 1986 

$ 468.00 
314.00 
150.00 
440.00 
175.00 
2,000.00 



Total 



220.00 
205.00 



Police: 




(2) Vehicles less trade in of 2 vehicles 


20,000.00 


Motorola mobile unit 




(radio, siren, speaker) 


2,532.00 


Electric Typewriter 


479.00 


Fire Department: 




Respirator 


650.00 


Typewriter 


300.00 


Voice Pagers 


8,000.00 


Antennae System 


2,501.00 


Tree and Park: 




Portable Radio 


650.00 


Portable Generator 


650.00 


Fertilizer Spreader 


2,150.00 


Harbor Dept.: 




Outboard Motor 


1,940.00 


Doors and casings for Harbormaster Building 


750.00 


Picture Window 


250.00 


Telephone answering device 


250.00 


Wire Dept.: 




One fire alarm case 


215.00 


Microphones, speakers and amplifiers 


1,200.00 


Fire alarm hardware and wire 


875.00 


Electric hammer drill 


545.00 



$ 3,547.00 

80.00 

80.00 

600.00 

425.00 



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11,451.00 



3,450.00 



3,190.00 



2,835.00 



43 — 



Highway: 

Electric overhead garage door 

Sand spreader 

Snow plow 
Landfill: 

Monitoring wells 

Front-end loader 
Sewer: 

Chlorine detector 

Portable typewriter 

(2) desks and chairs 

Folding Conference table 
Board of Health: 

Storage Cabinet 
Water Dept.: 

Engineering Services 

Electric typewriter 

Simplex alum pump 

Pipe locator 



1,994.00 




6,871.00 




3,879.00 


12,744.00 


1,500.00 




21,899.00 


23,399.00 


1,100.00 




300.00 




650.00 




150.00 


2,200.00 




200.00 


1,000.00 




600.00 




885.00 




495.00 


2,980.00 



$90.192.00 



ARTICLE 4. 

Amendment by Chartis B. Langmaid 

MOVED: That the amount under Appendix A. Article 4. General Government Ac- 
count, department 4, Executive Secretary, Personal Services be amended, so that in- 
stead of $28,000.00 for fiscal 1986, an amount of $35,000.00 be appropriated. In addi- 
tion to figure $1,181,868.00 for Total General Government be amended to read 
$1,188,868.00 and the figure $8,883,231.00 be amended to read $8,890,231.00 as the 
Grand Total Budget Article, and further that the figure $8,806,320.00 be amended to 
read $8,813,320.00 and the figure from taxation, $8,061,417.84 be amended to read 
$8,068,417.84. 

ARTICLE 4. Amendment defeated on a voice vote. 
ARTICLE 4. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the Personnel 
Committee, and to see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification By- 
Law Schedule by adopting or amending as heretofore adopted and to raise and ap- 
propriate a sum of money necessary to pay the increases in compensation according to 
any amendments to the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule for the ensuing fiscal 
year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

SALARY AND RATE SCHEDULES— FISCAL 1986 



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SCHEDULE No. 2 (Part-time Positions) 

ANNUAL 



Veterans' Agent 




1,600 


Member, Board of Registrars 




326 


Sealer of Weights and Measures 




500 


Director of Civil Defense 




200 


Shellfish Constable 




500 


Dog Officer 




3,000 


HOURLY 






North Cohassetand Beechwood Cemeteries 




4.50 


Assistant Harbor Master 




4.50 


Night Patrol— Harbor 




4.50 


Casual Labor 




4.50 


Election Officers 




3.22 


Election Clerk 




3.48 


Election Warden 




3.79 


Intermittent Firefighter 




5.33 


Intermittent Patrolman 




5.33 


Matron— Police 




5.33 


Secretary— Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, 




Conservation Commission 


Pay Group 


C-4 


Deputy Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 








Pay Group 


C-15 1st 


Library Pages 






Page— Minimum 




3.00 


1st Step 




3.35 


2nd Step 




3.70 



SCHEDULE No. 3 (Part-time Positions) 

Grave Opening and Closing 
Constable— per notice 



45.00 
15.00 



SCHEDULE No. 4 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 

Police Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 



SCHEDULE No. 5 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 

Fire Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 



— 46 — 



LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 





Pay 


Positions 






Department 


Group 


Authorized 


Sched 


Hours 


Board of Selectmen 










Executive Secretary 


Contract 








Administrative Secretary 


C-9 






40 


Clerk 


C-5 






35 


Town Accountant 


S-19 








Assistant Accountant 


C-8 






35 


Junior Accountant 


C-7 






35 


Treasurer— Collector 










Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 


C-7 






35 


Clerk 


C-7 






35 


Clerk 


C-5 






10 


Board of Assessors 










Clerk 


C-7 






35 


Clerk Typist 


C-4 






20 


Town Clerk 










Assistant Town Clerk 


C-7 






35 


Town Hall Custodian 


C-7 






40 


Police Department 










Police Chief 


Contract 








Lieutenant 


PS- 12 


1 


4 


37 Vz 


Sergeant 


PS- 11 


2 


4 


37 Vz 


Patrolman 


PS-9 


14 


4 


37 Vz 


Fire Department 










Fire Chief 


Contract 








Captain 


FS-11 


4 


5 


42 


Private 


FS-9 


20 


5 


42 


Wire Department 










Superintendent 


S-14 








Engineer 


C-15 






40 


Lineman 


C-9 








Lineman Apprentice 


C-8 








Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 


S-14 






40 


Clerk 


C-5 






35 


Tree and Park Department 










Superintendent— Working 


S-13 






40 


Skilled Laborer 


C-10 






40 


Tree Climber 


C-10 






40 


Laborer 


C-8 






40 


Laborer— Cemetery 


C-6 






40 


Board of Health 










Health Agent 


S-14 








* Administrative Assistant 


C-9 






30 



47 — 



Landfill: 
Supervisor 

Heavy Equipment Operator 
Recycling Monitor 

Sewer Department 
Supervisor 
Operator II 
Operator I 
Laborer 
Clerk 

Highway Department 
Working Foreman 
Heavy Equipment Operator 
Skilled Laborer 
Laborer— Truck Driver 

Harbor Department 
Harbor Master S-ll 

Library 
Chief Librarian 
Librarian (1) 
Librarian (2) 
Para-Professional 
Clerks 
Custodian 
Pages 

Recreation Department 
Recreation Director S-14 

Water Department 

Superintendent 

Supervisor 

Plant Foreman 

Bookkeeper— Secretary 

Equipment Operator 

Operator— Lab Director 

Plant Operator 

Serviceman 

Utility Man— Skilled 

Utility Man— Unskilled 
*also works 5 hrs. per week for Zoning Board of Appeals 



C-ll 


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1 


40 


C-4 


1 


1 


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1 


1 




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1 




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40 


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20 


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1 


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35 


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2 


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20,23 


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22 


C-3 


2 


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35 


C-7 


1 


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17 



S-18 


1 


1 




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1 


1 




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1 




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1 


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40 


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48 — 



SCHEDULE 1 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY LAW 
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 



Department 


Various Departments Personal Services 




1 


Water (From Water Revenue) 


$11,254.00 


3 


Selectmen's Office 


1,190.00 


25 


Accountant's Office 


3,435.00 


29 


Assessor's Office 


996.00 


35 


Treasurer-Collector's Office 


1,511.00 


39 


Town Clerk's Office 


367.00 


61 


Zoning Board of Appeals 


157.00 


63 


Planning Board 


125.00 


65 


Town Hall 


706.00 


109 


Tree and Park 


2,801.00 


111 


Harbor 


1,033.00 


113 


Building Inspector 


1,860.00 


121 


Wire Department 


2,610.00 


300 


Highway 


4,286.00 


403 


Landfill 


1,750.00 


403 


Landfill— Recycling 


316.00 


407 


Sewer 


3,399.00 


501 


Board of Health 


2,618.00 


571 


Cemeteries 


704.00 


601 


Library 


5,536.00 


621 


Recreation 


1,182.00 
$$47,836.00 



ARTICLE 5. 

MOVED. That the report and recommendation of the Personnel Committee with 
respect to amending the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule be and hereby is 
amended heretofore adopted; and that the sum of $11,254.00 be appropriated from 
Water Department Revenue and the balance of $36,582.00 is raised and appropriated by 
taxation to pay increase set forth in the amended schedule for the ensuing fiscal period 
and these amounts are to be credited to the personal services and expense appropriation 
accounts affected in accordance with the attached schedule. 



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SCHEDULE No. 2 (Part-time Positions) 

ANNUAL 



Veterans' Agent 




1,600 


Member, Board of Registrars 




326 


Sealer of Weights and Measures 




500 


Director of Civil Defense 




200 


Shellfish Constable 




500 


Dog Officer 




3,000 


HOURLY 






North Cohassetand Beechwood Cemeteries 




4.50 


Assistant Harbor Master 




4.50 


Night Patrol— Harbor 




4.50 


Casual Labor 




4.50 


Election Officers 




3.22 


Election Clerk 




3.48 


Election Warden 




3.79 


Intermittent Firefighter 




5.33 


Intermittent Patrolman 




5.33 


Matron— Police 




5.33 


Secretary— Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, 




Conservation Commission 


Pay Group 


C-4 


Deputy Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 






1 


Pay Group 


C-15 1st 


Library Pages 






Page— Minimum 




3.00 


1st Step 




3.35 


2nd Step 




3.70 



SCHEDULE No. 3 (Part-time Positions) 

Grave Opening and Closing 
Constable— per notice 



45.00 
15.00 



SCHEDULE No. 4 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 

Police Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 



SCHEDULE No. 5 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 

Fire Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 



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LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 










Pay 


Positions 






Department 


Group 


Authorized 


Sched 


Hou 


Board of Selectmen 










Executive Secretary 


Contract 








Administrative Secretary 


C-9 






40 


Clerk 


C-5 






35 


Town Accountant 


S-19 








Assistant Accountant 


C-8 






35 


Junior Accountant 


C-7 






35 


Treasurer— Collector 










Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 


C-7 






35 


Clerk 


C-7 






35 


Clerk 


C-5 






10 


Board of Assessors 










Clerk 


C-7 






35 


Clerk Typist 


C-4 






20 


Town Clerk 










Assistant Town Clerk 


C-7 






35 


Town Hall Custodian 


C-7 






40 


Police Department 










Police Chief 


Contract 








Lieutenant 


PS- 12 


1 


4 


37 


Sergeant 


PS- 11 


2 


4 


37 


Patrolman 


PS-9 


14 


4 


37 


Fire Department 










Fire Chief 


Contract 








Captain 


FS-11 


4 


5 


42 


Private 


FS-9 


20 


5 


42 


Wire Department 










Superintendent 


S-14 








Engineer 


C-15 






40 


Lineman 


C-9 








Lineman Apprentice 


C-8 








Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 


S-14 






40 


Clerk 


C-5 






35 


Tree and Park Department 










Superintendent— Working 


S-13 






40 


Skilled Laborer 


C-10 






40 


Tree Climber 


C-10 






40 


Laborer 


C-8 






40 


Laborer— Cemetery 


C-6 






40 


Board of Health 










Health Agent 


S-14 








* Administrative Assistant 


C-9 






30 



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Landfill: 
Supervisor 

Heavy Equipment Operator 
Recycling Monitor 

Sewer Department 
Supervisor 
Operator II 
Operator I 
Laborer 
Clerk 

Highway Department 
Working Foreman 
Heavy Equipment Operator 
Skilled Laborer 
Laborer— Truck Driver 

Harbor Department 
Harbor Master S-ll 

Library 
Chief Librarian 
Librarian (1) 
Librarian (2) 
Para-Professional 
Clerks 
Custodian 
Pages 

Recreation Department 
Recreation Director S-14 

Water Department 

Superintendent 

Supervisor 

Plant Foreman 

Bookkeeper— Secretary 

Equipment Operator 

Operator— Lab Director 

Plant Operator 

Serviceman 

Utility Man-Skilled 

Utility Man-Unskilled 
*also works 5 hrs. per week for Zoning Board of Appeals 



C-ll 


1 


1 


40 


C-10 


1 


1 


40 


C-4 


1 


1 


19 l /2 


S-16 


1 


1 




C-10 




1 




C-9 


1 


1 


40 


C-5 


1 


1 


25-40 


C-5 


1 


1 


20 


C-14 


1 


1 


40 


C-ll 


2 


1 


40 


C-9 




1 


40 


C-7 


2 


1 


40 



S-16 


1 


1 




S-10 


1 


1 


35 


S-10 


2 


1 


20,23 


C-9 


1 


1 


22 


C-3 


2 


1 


35 


C-7 


1 


1 
2 


17 



S-18 


1 


1 




S-16 


1 


1 




C-14 


1 


1 




C-8 


1 


1 


35 


C-ll 


1 


1 


40 


C-ll 


1 


1 


40 


C-10 


1 


1 


40 


C-10 


1 


1 


40 


C-9 


1 


1 


40 


C-7 


1 


1 


40 



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SCHEDULE 1 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY LAW 
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 



Department 


Various Departments Personal Services 




1 


Water (From Water Revenue) 


$11,254.00 


3 


Selectmen's Office 


1,190.00 


25 


Accountant's Office 


3,435.00 


29 


Assessor's Office 


996.00 


35 


Treasurer-Collector's Office 


1,511.00 


39 


Town Clerk's Office 


367.00 


61 


Zoning Board of Appeals 


157.00 


63 


Planning Board 


125.00 


65 


Town Hall 


706.00 


109 


Tree and Park 


2,801.00 


111 


Harbor 


1,033.00 


113 


Building Inspector 


1,860.00 


121 


Wire Department 


2,610.00 


300 


Highway 


4,286.00 


403 


Landfill 


1,750.00 


403 


Landfill— Recycling 


316.00 


407 


Sewer 


3,399.00 


501 


Board of Health 


2,618.00 


571 


Cemeteries 


704.00 


601 


Library 


5,536.00 


621 


Recreation 


1,182.00 
$47,836.00 



ARTICLE 5. Main Motion adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY ANTHONY J. FINEGAN 
MEMBER OF COUNCIL ON THE AGING 

RESOLUTION 

Presented on behalf of the Council on Aging and the Social Service League 

WHEREAS Erwin Cone, Innkeeper, has faithfully supported the Meals-On- Wheels 
Program of the Town of Cohasset by regularly supplying delicious hot lunches at a 
nominal cost to shut-ins of the Town for more than a decade; 

AND, WHEREAS he has cheerfully put up with the many volunteer drivers who have 
appeared daily at the kitchen of the Red Lion Inn to pick up these meals for distribu- 
tion; 

AND, WHEREAS he has made his own special arrangements to provide a particularly 
festive meal on Thanksgiving Day each year; 

AND, WHEREAS the Council on Aging and the Social Service League of Cohasset 
have now contracted with South Shore Elder Services, Inc., for special dietary meals 
that are beyond the scope of what can easily be supplied by the Red Lion Inn; 

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Voters of the Town of Cohasset 



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assembled at the 1985 Annual Town Meeting commend ERWIN CONE for his pa- 
tience, his devotion and his loyalty to the Town of Cohasset in providing this service for 
so many years. 

RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the Selectmen 
with respect to salaries of the Elected Town Officials and to see if the Town will vote to 
accept the recommendations by recommending and adopting or amending and adopting 
the Schedule heretofore accepted and adopted and to raise and appropriate a sum of 
money necessary to pay for the increase in the salaries of the Treasurer-Collector, the 
Town Clerk, and Highway Surveyor for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on anything 
relating therto. 

SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 

(For information only — not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 

Job Title Fiscal 1986 

Town Clerk $19,950.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Highway Surveyor 24,144.00 

Moderator 125.00 

Treasurer— Collector 26,526.00 

Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) 1,000.00 

Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) 1,200.00 

SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 



artment 


Elected Officials — Personal Services 


35 


Treasurer— Collector Salary 1 ,263 .00 


39 


Town Clerk 950.00 


300 


Highway Surveyor 1,150.00 




3,363.00 



ARTICLE 6 

MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Board of Selectmen be and 
hereby is accepted and the following salary schedule for the Town Elected Officials be 
and hereby is adjusted, accepted and substituted for the schedule heretofore adjusted 
and that the sum of $3,363.00 be and hereby is raised and appropriated by taxation to 
pay for increase of Treasurer-Collector, Highway Surveyor and Town Clerk as set forth 
in the substituted schedule for the ensuing fiscal period, and this amount is to be 
credited to the personal services appropriation accounts affected in accordance with the 
attached schedule. 



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SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(For information only — not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 

Job Title Fiscal 1986 

Town Clerk $19,950.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Highway Surveyor 24,144.00 

Moderator 125.00 

Treasurer— Collector 26,526.00 

Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) 1,000.00 

Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) 1,200.00 

SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 



Department 


Elected Officials — Personal Services 


35 


Treasurer— Collector Salary 1 ,263 .00 


39 


Town Clerk 950.00 


300 


Highway Surveyor 1 , 1 50.00 




3,363.00 



ARTICLE 6. Voted Unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of One Hundred Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($1 10,000.00) Dollars for the 
purpose of a reserve fund; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town appropriate the sum of One Hundred Ten Thousand and 
no/100 ($110,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of a reserve fund and to meet said ap- 
propriation the sum of Fifty Thousand and no/ 100 ($50,000.00) Dollars be transferred 
from "Surplus Revenue" and the sum of Sixty Thousand and no/ 100 ($60,000.00) 
Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation. 
ARTICLE 7. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will assume liability in the manner provided in Sec- 
tion 29 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as most recently amended by 
Chapter 5, of the Acts of 1955 for all damages that may be incurred by work to be per- 
formed by the Department of Public Works of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
for the improvements, development, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal 
rivers and streams, harbors tidewaters and foreshores and shores along a public beach 
including Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section 1 1 of Chapter 
91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to execute and 
deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town assume liability in the manner provided in Section 29 of 
Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as most recently amended by Chapter 5, 



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of the Acts of 1955 for the damages that may be incurred by work to be performed by 
the Department of Public Works of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the im- 
provements, development, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers and 
streams, harbors, tidewaters and foreshores and shores along a public beach including 
Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section 11 of Chapter 91 of the 
Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to execute and deliver a bond 
of idemnity therefor to the Commonwealth. 
ARTICLE 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval 
of the Selectmen to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the Revenue of 
the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1985, in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for 
any period less than one year in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 
44, Section 17; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Selectmen to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the Revenue of the 
fiscal year beginning July 1, 1985, in accordance with the provisions of Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes therefor, payable 
within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for any period less than 
one year in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 17. 
ARTICLE 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Two Thousand 
One Hundred Ninety One and no/100 ($2,191.00) Dollars for the purpose of maintain- 
ing during the ensuing fiscal year the mosquito control works and improvements of low 
lands and swamps as estimated and certified by the State Reclamation Board in accor- 
dance with the provisions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 1933; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Two Thousand 
One Hundred Ninety One and no/100 ($2,191.00) Dollars for the purpose of maintain- 
ing during the ensuing fiscal year the mosquito control works and improvements of low 
lands and swamps as estimated and certified by the State Reclamation Board in accor- 
dance with the provisions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 1933. 
ARTICLE 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will accept a gift of a certain parcel of real property 
from the Estate of Clarence M. Patrolia which parcel is at the intersection of 
Beech wood Street and Locust Road consisting of 17,000 square feet of land, more or 
less, and as more particularly shown and outlined in red on a copy of sheet 47 of the 
Assessors' Maps on file with the office of the Town Clerk; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a gift of a certain parcel of real property from the 
Estate of Clarence M. Patrolia which parcel is at the intersection of Beechwood Street 
and Locust Road consisting of 17,000 square feet of land, more or less, and as more 
particularly shown and outlined in red on a copy of sheet 47 of the Assessors' Maps on 
file with the office of the Town Clerk. 
ARTICLE 11. A 2 /3 vote is required on this article. 
VOTED unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to sell, 
after securing bids, the "Independence Building" on South Main Street and the land on 
which it is situated; the Board of Selectmen shall have the authority to impose upon the 
terms of the sale and on the property such restrictions, reservations or conditions as 
they deem appropriate. They may execute, acknowledge and deliver, in the name of and 
under the seal of the Town, deeds or other instruments therefor and to see what sum of 
money the Town will raise and appropriate to implement the foregoing; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to sell, after securing bids, 
the "Independence Building" on South Main Street and the land on which it is situated; 
and further authorize the Board of Selectmen to impose upon the terms of the sale and 
on the property such restrictions, reservations or conditions as they deem appropriate 
and to execute, acknowledge and deliver, in the name of and under the seal of the 
Town, deeds or other instruments therefor. 
ARTICLE 12. A 2 /3 vote is required on this article 

VOTED unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for the cost of the 
preparation of plans and specifications relating to renovations to and the construction 
of an addition to the Town Hall; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Twenty 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for the cost of the preparation of plans and 
specifications relating to renovations to and the construction of an addition to the Town 
Hall. 
ARTICLE 13. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to name the upper parking lot at Govern- 
ment Island in memory of Edwin A. Young, to be known as the "Edwin A. Young 
Memorial Parking Lot;" or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the upper parking lot at Government Island be named in memory of 
Edwin A. Young, to be known as the "Edwin A. Young Memorial Parking Lot." 
ARTICLE 14. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($25,000.00) Dollars to purchase 
and install a new lighting panel for the High School Auditorium and to make any other 
light repairs or installations of ceiling and lights necessary to support such installation 
and any other lighting and electrical work incidental or necessary to the installation of 
the panel; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Twenty Five 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($25,000.00) Dollars to purchase and install a new lighting panel 
for the High School Auditorium and to make any other light repairs or installations to 
ceilings and lights necessary to support such installation and any other lighting and elec- 
trical work incidental or necessary to the installation of the panel. 
ARTICLE 15. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Thirteen Thousand and no/ 100 ($13,000.00) Dollars to purchase a 
dump truck to be used by the School Department in connection with maintenance work 



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and for rubbish removal at the Junior/Senior High School; or act on anything relating 

thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 16. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Sixteen Thousand Fifty and no/100 ($16,050.00) Dollars to replace the 
fire alarm control board located in the Central Fire Station with a new control board 
and nine circuit boards; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Sixteen Thou- 
sand Fifty and no/100 ($16,050.00) Dollars to replace the fire alarm control board 
located in the Central Fire Station with a new control board and nine circuit boards. 
ARTICLE 17. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Sixteen Thousand and no/ 100 ($16,000.00) Dollars to pur- 
chase a new cab, chassis and dump body for the Tree and Park Department, and 
authorize the "trade-in" of a 1975 Ford Truck currently used by the Tree and Park 
Department, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Sixteen Thou- 
sand and no/100 ($16,000.00) Dollars to purchase a new cab, chassis and dump body 
for the Tree and Park Department, and authorize the "trade-in" of a 1975 Ford Truck 
currently used by the Tree and Park Department. 
ARTICLE 18. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article II of the General By- 
Laws, TOWN MEETING, by striking therefrom Section 4 and substituting in its place a 
new Section 4 which shall read as follows: 

''Section 4. Quorum 

One hundred registered voters shall constitute a quorum at a Town 
Meeting, except that a motion to adjourn shall not require a quorum. No 
vote shall be held to be invalid for lack of the required quorum unless it ap- 
pears from the records of the Town Clerk of the Meeting that before the 
results of such vote were declared, the presence of a quorum was duly ques- 
tioned and found to be lacking," 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article II of the General By-Laws, TOWN MEETING, be amended by 

striking therefrom Section 4 and substituting in its place a new Section 4 which shall 

read as follows: 

"Section 4. Quorum 

One hundred registered voters shall constitute a quorum at a Town 
Meeting, except that a motion to adjourn shall not require a quorum. No 
vote shall be held to be invalid for lack of the required quorum unless it ap- 
pears from the records of the Town Clerk of the Meeting that before the 
results of such vote was declared, the presence of a quorum was duly ques- 
tioned and found to be lacking." 

ARTICLE 19. Amendment by Patricia A. Walsh 

MOVED: That the motion under Article 19 be amended by striking the number 100 

and substituting the number 175. 



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ARTICLE 19. Amendment by Alfred G. Odermatt 

MOVED: One Hundred Registered voters shall constitute a quorum at a Town 

Meeting. The starting and closing time of the meeting shall be publicized, and no 

quorum challenge will be made during the meeting time. 

Ruled out of order. 

ARTICLE 19. Amendment by Patricia A. Walsh defeated by a voice vote. 
ARTICLE 19. Voted by a hand vote, YES 130 to NO 127. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Five Thousand Twenty Four and no/ 100 ($25,024.00) Dollars 
for the Town's share of the cost of participating in the Old Colony Library network, a 
cooperative multi-town project to computerize certain library records; the funds to be 
used by the Trustees in connection with this project to purchase equipment, materials, 
supplies and services necessary or incidental to the project; the use of the funds, 
however, to be contingent upon the award of a Federal grant to initiate the project, or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate the sum of Twenty Five Thousand Twenty Four 
and no/ 100 ($25,024.00) Dollars for the Town's share of the cost of participating in the 
Old Colony Library network, a cooperative multi-town project to computerize certain 
library records; the funds to be used by the Trustees in connection with this project to 
purchase equipment, materials, supplies and services necessary or incidental to the proj- 
ect; the use of the funds, however, to be contingent upon the award of a Federal grant 
to initiate the project; and to meet said appropriation the sum of Twenty Five Thousand 
Twenty Four and no/ 100 ($25,024.00) Dollars be transferred from the account entitled 
"Audubon Plate and Books." 
ARTICLE 20. Voted by a voice vote. 

Daniel C. Leahy then moved for reconsideration of Article 19. 

Barbara Kern questioned the quorum, The Moderator called for a count of the hall. 
The count was 190 indicating that a quorum was not present. 

MOVED: That this meeting be adjourned until Monday, April 8, 1985 at 7:30 P.M. at 
the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 5:30 P.M. 



MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1985 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 7:50 P.M. A quorum of 212 
was reached at 7:45 P.M. 

A total of voters checked in for the Monday evening session was 291. 

RESOLUTION: BY MARY JANE McARTHUR 
MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS The Town of Cohasset is served by over one hundred fifty men and 
women who volunteer their time by serving unselfishly on thirty different Boards, Com- 
mittees, Councils, Commissions and as representatives to various organizations; and 

WHEREAS These men and women by volunteering their valuable time bring a 
variety of expertise and talent to the Town's Boards and Committees free of charge; and 



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WHEREAS the broad based citizen participation collectively resulting from these 
volunteers' time and effort leads to a more representative and responsive Town Govern- 
ment; 

NOW, THEREFORE, be it the expression of this meeting here assembled to pro- 
claim the Town's sincere gratitude and appreciation for these volunteers' dedicated 
service to the Town of Cohasset. 

RESOLUTION: Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOTION to reconsider Article 19 by Daniel C. Leahy still pending, and therefore first 

order of business. 

MOTION: by Richard Conley for the previous question. 

MOTION: for previous question voted on Hand Count, YES 228 to NO 49 (More than 

2 /3 vote necessary) 

MOTION: to reconsider Article 19 defeated by a hand vote YES 115 to NO 191. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to create the position of Town Appraiser, 
authorize the hiring of an individual to fill that position, raise and appropriate or 
transfer from available funds the sum of Thirty Thousand and no/ 100 ($30,000.00) 
Dollars, Five Thousand and jio/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars of which shall be allotted to an 
expense account and Twenty Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($25,000.00) Dollars of which 
shall be allotted to a salary account and authorize the amendment of Article XI of the 
General By-Laws, the PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION 
PLAN to include such position wherever appropriate; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 21. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Sixty Thousand and no/ 100 ($60,000.00) Dollars for the cost of 
revaluation of the Town's real estate and certain personal property as required by the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Revenue; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Sixty Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($60,000.00) Dollars for the cost of revaluation of the Town's real 
estate and certain personal property as required by the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, Department of Revenue. 
ARTICLE 22. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General By- 
Laws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 30 which 
shall read as follows: 

"Section 30. Each residential dwelling or unit thereof in the 
Town shall have affixed thereto the residential street number 
or numbers assigned by the Board of Assessors; each number 
to be no less than Four (4) inches in size and affixed in a man- 
ner to be visible from the public or other way providing the 
principal access to such dwelling;" or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 23. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 24. To see if the Town will vote pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 40, Section 15 to abandon a portion of an easement taken by the Cohasset 
Water Company pursuant to an Order of Taking dated November 2, 1949 and recorded 
with Norfolk County Registry of Deeds in Book 2868, Page 541 which portion of the 
easement is described in the Order of Taking as follows: 

"2. Property formerly of H. A. Wheelwright and C. F. 
Nichols now of Charles W. Gammons, situated on the easterly 
side of Jerusalem Road in said Cohasset in the location as 
designated and shown on plan entitled 'Cohasset Water 
Works, Plan No. 17, B. N. Power, Surveyor— Dated 1889';" 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 15 a por- 
tion of an easement taken by the Cohasset Water Company by an Order of Taking 
dated November 2, 1949 and recorded with Norfolk County Registry of Deeds in Book 
2868, Page 541 be abandoned; the portion of the easement to be abandoned is described 
in the Order of Taking as follows: 

"2. Property formerly of H. A. Wheelwright and C. F. 
Nichols now of Charles W. Gammons, situated on the easterly 
side of Jerusalem Road in said Cohasset in the location as 
designated and shown on plan entitled 'Cohasset Water 
Works, Plan No. 17, B. N. Tower, Surveyor— Dated 1889'. " 
ARTICLE 24. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 2 A required 

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to ac- 
cept or enter into a contract for the expenditure of any funds allocated or to be 
allocated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and/ or Norfolk County for the con- 
struction, reconstruction and improvement of Town roads; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept or enter into a 
contract for the expenditure of any funds allocated or to be allocated by the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts and/or Norfolk County for the construction, reconstruc- 
tion and improvement of Town roads. 
ARTICLE 25. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($50,000.00) Dollars for resurfacing with bituminous concrete certain 
streets in the Town including any work relating thereto, and to meet the appropriation, 
the Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be authorized to borrow 
Forty Four Thousand Twenty Nine and no/ 100 ($44,029.00) Dollars in accordance with 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 6A, which sums represent State funds 
in the amount of Twenty Three Thousand Two Hundred Ninety Six and no/ 100 
($23,296.00) Dollars allotted in accordance with Chapter 289 of the Acts of 1983 and 
Twenty Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty Three and no/ 100 ($20,733.00) Dollars 
allocated in accordance with Chapter 234 of the Acts of 1984; and the balance of Five 
Thousand Nine Hundred Seventy One and no/100 ($5,971.00) Dollars to be raised by 
taxation; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Thousand and no/ 100 
($50,000.00) Dollars for resurfacing with bituminous concrete certain streets in the 
Town including any work relating thereto, and to meet the appropriation, the Treasurer 
with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be authorized to borrow Forty Four 



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Thousand Twenty Nine and no/ 100 ($44,029.00) Dollars in accordance with 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 6 A, which sums represent State funds 
in the amount of Twenty Three Thousand Two Hundred Ninety Six and no/ 100 
($23,296.00) Dollars allotted in accordance with Chapter 289 of the acts of 1983 and 
Twenty Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty Three and no/100 ($20,733.00) Dollars 
allocated in accordance with Chapter 234 of the Acts of 1984; and the balance of Five 
Thousand Nine Hundred Seventy One and no/100 ($5,971.00) Dollars to be raised by 
taxation. 
ARTICLE 26. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 27. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer the sum of 
Nine Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($9,500.00) Dollars for the purchase of 
materials and installation of guard rail fencing on Beach Street or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation sum of Nine Thousand 
Five Hundred and no/100 ($9,500.00) Dollars for the purchase of materials and installa- 
tion of guard rail fencing on Beach Street. 
ARTICLE 27. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Forty Thousand and no/ 100 ($40,000.00) Dollars for the purchase and 
equiping of a new diesel dump truck for the Highway Department, and authorize the 
"trade-in" of a 1971 Ford L-800 truck currently used by the Highway Department or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Forty Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($40,000.00) Dollars for the purchase and equiping of a new diesel 
dump truck for the Highway Department; and authorize the "trade-in" of a 1971 Ford 
L-800 truck currently used by the Highway Department. 
ARTICLE 28. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 29. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($25,000.00) Dollars to be used as 
Cohasset's share of the cost of resurfacing Hull Street from Fisher Road to Grace Drive; 
or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 29. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate a sum of money to be used 
for its proportionate cost of control of insect, vegetable and animal life in Straits Pond 
for the ensuing fiscal year, as advised by the State Reclamation Board as provided by 
Chapter 557 of the acts of 1955 as amended; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Two Thou- 
sand Eight Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,800.00) Dollars to be used for its proportionate 
cost of control of insect, vegetable and animal life in Straits Pond for the ensuing fiscal 
year, as advised by the State Reclamation Board as provided by Chapter 557 of the acts 
of 1955 as amended. 
ARTICLE 30. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Cynthia Peters Chamber of Commerce. 
THANK YOU MR. MODERATOR 



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THE COHASSET CHAMBER OF COMMERCE respectfully presents this resolution. 

"Be it resolved that the Board of Selectmen appoint a Master Plan advisory group 
from the following four community sectors: 1) Private Citizens representing residential 
areas of the town; 2) Public interest groups: 3) Public Officials representing interested 
boards; 4) Representatives of the Commercial Community such as businesspersons, 
realtors, developers, or other persons with substantial economic interest in the com- 
munity. The members of said citizens group shall be appointed no later than thirty (30) 
days from the date of adoption of this resolution. 

Membership from each sector to be reasonably equal in number, and the whole 
group to consist of between seven and nine members. 

Said Master Plan Advisory Group shall formulate the scope and specifications for 
the preparation of a master plan for the Town of Cohasset, and solicit proposals from 
qualified planners, engineers, or consultants for the preparation of said Master Plan. 

Said group shall keep the Board of Selectmen informed of their progress, and shall 
provide sufficient information, Data, Specifications, options, and proposals including 
cost estimates to enable the Selectmen to report to the town no later than the next 
Special or Annual Town Meeting." 

COHASSET CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

At this time Mr. Moderator I would ask that it be possible for Mr. Michael Oman, a 
partner in John Connery Associates, and a non-resident, to address the townspeople 
regarding the proposed Master Plan Concept. 

The moderator then asked according to the town by-laws, if there was objection in 
the meeting to Mr. Oman's speaking. Objection was voiced, and accordingly Mr. Oman 
was not permitted to speak. 

Resolution was defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 31. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dollars for the preparation of 
plans and specifications and related engineering services in connection with the con- 
struction of a transfer station at the Cedar Street Landfill; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of Five Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dolfars for the preparation of plans and specifications and 
related engineering services in connection with the construction of a transfer station at 
the Cedar Street Land Fill. 
ARTICLE 31. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 2, Subsection 2.1 of the 
Zoning By-Laws by adding thereto definitions of the terms "Coverage, Structural"; 
"Coverage, Maximum Permitted"; "Height"; and "Yard, Required" which shall pro- 
vide as follows: 

'Coverage, Structural': the portion of a lot covered or occupied by 
buildings or other structures. 

'Coverage, Maximum Permitted': the portion of a lot covered by any man 
made materials that are impervious to water. 

'Height': the verticle distance above the mean level of the ground within 
Ten (10) feet of the outside walls of the structure to the top of the parapet 



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or to the top of the main roof surface, whichever is higher, on a flat roof or 
for a sloped roof, to the mid-point of the main and/or other roofs, in- 
cluding without limitation, those additions, ells, sheds and dormers. The 
mid-point shall be half the distance from the plateline to the ridgeline 
measured over the outer surface of the roof boarding. The limitations of 
this clause shall not apply to projections not used for human habitation 
where the greatest section of which does not exceed Five (5%) percent of 
the roof area, including without limitation chimneys, antennas, or cupolas. 

'Yard, Required': With respect to any Front Yard, Side Yard or Rear 
Yard, the distance required between the principal building and the respec- 
tive lot lines for such yard in the Table of Area Regulations set forth in Sec- 
tion 5.3.1.," 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 2, Subsection 2.1 of the Zoning By-Laws be amended by add- 
ing thereto definitions of the terms "Coverage, Structural"; "Coverage, Maximum 
Permitted"; "Height"; and "Yard, Required" which shall provide as follows: 

'Coverage, Structural': the portion of a lot covered or occupied by 
buildings or other structures. 

'Coverage, Maximum Permitted': the portion of a lot covered by any man 
made materials that are impervious to water. 

'Height': the verticle distance above the mean level of the ground within 
Ten (10) feet of the outside walls of the structure to the top of the parapet 
or to the top of the main roof surface, whichever is higher, on a flat roof or 
for a sloped roof, to the mid-point of the main and/or other roofs, in- 
cluding without limitation, those additions, ells, sheds and dormers. The 
mid-point shall be half the distance from the plateline to the ridgeline 
measured over the outer surface of the roof boarding. The limitations of 
this clause shall not apply to projections not used for human habitation 
where the greatest section of which does not exceed Five (5%) percent of 
the roof area, including without limitation chimneys, antennas, or cupolas. 

'Yard, Required': With respect to any Front Yard, Side Yard or Rear 
Yard, the distance required between the principal building and the respec- 
tive lot lines for such yard in the Table of Area Regulations set forth in Sec- 
tion 5.3.1.," 

ARTICLE 32. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Laws, Section 10, 
RESIDENTIAL CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, by striking therefrom 
Subsections 10.8.1, 10.10.1, 10.10.2, 10,12.1 in their entirety and substituting in their 
place and stead the following Subsections 10.8.1, 10.10.1, 10.10.2, 10.12.1: 

"10.8.1: A maximum of Twenty Five (25%) percent of the Planned 
Residential Cluster Development may be covered by impervious water- 
proof surface. 

10.10.1: Provision shall be made so that at least Forty Five (45%) percent 
of the land area shall be Open Land and that the Open Land shall include 
all land not dedicated to parking, roads or lots. 

10.10.2: Areas which are considered by the Planning Board as marginal or 



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unsuitable for building, such as flood-plains, inaccessible wetland and 
water areas, steep slopes, highly erodible or poorly drained areas, areas of 
very shallow bedrock, or of very high water table shall be included in the 
permanent open space; but no more than Twenty Five (25%) percent of the 
required open space shall consist of such marginal or unbuildable areas. 

10.12.1: No use other than residential or recreational shall be permitted, 
except that the Planning Board may authorize the use of a single unit at any 
one time as a model exclusively for the subject development, and not as a 
sales unit," 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Zoning By-Laws, Section 10, RESIDENTIAL CLUSTER 
DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT, be amended by striking therefrom Subsections 10.8.1, 
10.10.1, 10.10.2, 10.12.1 in their entirety and substituting in their place and stead the 
following Subsections 10.8.1, 10.10.1, 10.10.2, 10.12.1: 

"10.8.1: A maximum of Twenty Five (25%) percent of the Planned 
Residential Cluster Development may be covered by impervious water- 
proof surface. 

10.10.1: Provision shall be made so that at least Forty Five (45%) percent 
of the land area shall be Open Land and that the Open Land shall include 
all land not dedicated to parking, roads or lots. 

10.10.2: Areas which are considered by the Planning Board as marginal or 
unsuitable for building, such as flood-plains, inaccessible wetland and 
water areas, steep slopes, highly erodible or poorly drained areas, areas of 
very shallow bedrock, or of very high water table shall be included in the 
permanent open space; but no more than Twenty Five (25%) percent of the 
required open space shall consist of such marginal or unbuildable areas. 

10.12.1: No use other than residential or recreational shall be permitted, 
except that the Planning Board may authorize the use of a single unit at any 
one time as a model exclusively for the subject development, and not as a 
sales unit," 

Amendment offered by Wayne Sawchuk: 

That the main motion under Article 33 be amended by striking from Sec. 10.12.1 the 

words "and not" in the last line, so that Section 10.12.1 shall read as follows: 

10.12.1: No use other than residential or recreational shall be permitted, 
except that the Planning Board may authorize the use of a single unit at any 
one time as a model exclusively for the subject development, as a sales 
unit;" 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

The amendment was then defeated on a voice vote. 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 33, be further amended by striking the 
last word of Section 10.12.1 "unit" and substituting therefor the word "office." 

Amendment adopted unanimously. 

ARTICLE 33. Voted unanimously as amended by a voice vote, 2 A vote required. 

Article 34. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5— AREA REGULA- 
TIONS of the Zoning By-Law by striking therefrom Subsection 5.2.7 and substituting 



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in its place and stead the following Subsection 5.2.7: 

"5.2. 7 A perimeter fence, hedge, wall, including a retaining wall or other 
enclosing structure within the lot lines, not over Five (5) feet in height, may 
be maintained; except within Fifteen (15) feet of the sideline of a street 
where it shall be no higher than Three (3) feet above the adjacent street 
grade," 

MOVED: That Section 5— AREA REGULATIONS of the Zoning Bylaws be amended 
by striking therefrom Section 5.2.7 and substituting it its place and stead the following 
Section 5.2.7: 

"5.2.7. Within Fifteen (15) feet of the side line of a street, a perimeter 
fence, hedge, wall, including a retaining wall or other enclosing structure 
within the lot line shall be no higher than Three (3) feet above the adjacent 
street grade." 

ARTICLE 34. Rejected by a voice vote. 2 A vote required. 

Article 35. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5— AREA REGULA- 
TIONS of the Zoning By-Law by adding thereto a new Subsection 5.4.7 which shall 
provide as follows: 

"5.4. 7. In a Residence District, no point of a building shall be higher than 
its horizontal distance to the nearest lot line," 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 5— AREA REGULATIONS of the Zoning By-Law be 
amended by adding thereto a new Subsection 5.4.7 which shall provide as follows: 

"5.4. 7. In a Residence District, no point of a building shall be higher than 
its horizontal distance to the nearest lot line." 

The limitations of this clause shall not apply to projections not used for human habita- 
tion where the greatest section of which does not exceed five (5%) percent of the roof 
area including without limitation chimneys, antennas, or cupolas" 

Voted by a hand count YES 74, NO 180. Z A vote required. 
ARTICLE 35. Rejected as voted. 

Meeting adjourned at 10:30 P.M. to reconvene on Tuesday, April 9, 1985, at 7:30 P.M. 
at the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 



TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1985 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 8:00 P.M. A quorum of 215 
was reached at 7:55 P.M. 

A total of voters checked in for the Tuesday evening session was 290. 

Article 36. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5— AREA REGULA- 
TIONS of the Zoning By-Law by adding thereto Subsections 5.4.8, 5.4.9 and 5.4.10 
which shall provide as follows: 

"5.4.8. Within the Highway Business and Light Industry Districts, along 
any street frontage a green strip not less than Twenty (20) feet wide shall be 
maintained and landscaped with grass, trees, and/or shrubs, not paved ex- 



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cept for driveways, not parked upon, and not built upon except for signs. 

5.4.9. Within the Highway Business and Light Industry Districts, no 
building or structure shall be built within One Hundred (100) feet of a 
Residence District except where the Zoning District Boundary is in a street, 
in which case the setback shall be Fifty (50) feet. 

5.4.10. Within the Highway Business and Light Industry Districts, there 
shall be maintained a green strip not less than Thirty (30) feet wide on 
which to grow grass, bushes, flowers or trees and which shall be unbuilt 
upon, unused, unpaved, and not parked upon along any property line 
abutting land residentially zoned."; 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 5— AREA REGULATIONS of the Zoning By-Law be 
amended by adding thereto Subsections 5.4.8, 5.4.9, and 5.4.10 which shall provide as 
follows: 

"5.4.8. Within the Highway Business and Light Industry Districts, along 
any street frontage a green strip not less than Twenty (20) feet wide shall be 
maintained and landscaped with grass, trees, and/or shrubs, not paved ex- 
cept for driveways, not parked upon, and not built upon except for signs. 

5.4.9. Within the Highway Business and Light Industry Districts, no 
building or structure shall be built within One Hundred (100) feet of a 
Residence District except where the Zoning District Boundary is in a street, 
in which case the setback shall be Fifty (50) feet. 

5.4.10. Within the Highway Business and Light Industry Districts, there 
shall be maintained a green strip not less than Thirty (30) feet wide on 
which to grow grass, bushes, flowers or trees and which shall be unbuilt 
upon, unused, unpaved, and not parked upon along any property line 
abutting land residentially zoned."; 

ARTICLE 36. Voted by a hand count, YES 215 to NO 8. 2 A vote required. 

MOVED: That action be postponed on Articles 37 and 38 until the completion of ac- 
tion on Article 41 . 

Article 39. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 7— OFF STREET PARKING 
AND LOADING REGULATIONS of the Zoning By-Law by adding thereto a new 
Subsection 7.2.10 which shall provide as follows: 

"7.2.10. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein contained, con- 
tingent upon adequate space being provided and dedicated by a recordable 
covenant to the exclusive use of parking, not more than Thirty Three (33%) 
percent of the required parking space may remain undeveloped or set aside 
as a green area at the sole discretion of the Planning Board as a part of a 
Site Plan review, until such time as, at its sole discretion the Planning 
Board may require that all or part of the undeveloped parking area be sur- 
faced and lined as parking spaces;" 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 7— OFF STREET PARKING AND LOADING REGULA- 
TIONS of the Zoning By-Law be amended by adding thereto a new Subsection 7.2.10 
which shall provide as follows: 



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"7.2.10. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein contained, con- 
tingent upon adequate space being provided and dedicated by a recordable 
covenant to the exclusive use of parking, not more than Thirty Three (33%) 
percent of the required parking space may remain undeveloped or set aside 
as a green area at the sole discretion of the Planning Board as a part of a 
Site Plan review, until such time as, at its sole discretion the Planning 
Board may require that all or part of the undeveloped parking area be sur- 
faced and lined as parking spaces;" 
ARTICLE 39. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. l A vote required. 

Article 40. To see if the Town will create a new Zoning District to be known as the 
''Official and Open Space District" and in furtherance of that purpose amend the Zon- 
ing By-Law as follows: 

(1) By striking therefrom Subsection 3.1 of Section 3 and substituting the 
following subsection 3.1: 

"3.1. Division into Districts. 

The Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts, is divided into Eight (8) Zoning 

Districts designated as follows: 

Name Abbreviation 

Residential A, B, and C R-A, R-B, R-C 

Waterfront Business WB 

Downtown/Village Business DB 

Highway Business HB 

Light Industry LI 

Official and Open Space OS' ' 

(2) By striking therefrom the TABLE OF USE REGULATIONS con- 
tained in Subsection 4.2 of Section 4 and substituting therefore the follow- 
ing TABLE OF USE REGULATIONS: 



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and further to see if the Town will amend the Zoning Map identified as 
"Zoning District Map of the Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts Oct. 1, 
1969 as revised to 1976" prepared by Edwin A. Young R.L.S. R.P.E. 
(hereinafter called the "Map" to designate as the Official and Open Space 
District the roughly triangular parcel of land shown on the southwesterly 
corner of the Map identified as "STATE PARK COMMONWEALTH OF 
MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES" 
and more particularly shown on a copy of the Zoning Map on file with the 
Town Clerk, outlined in red ink and identified as "Proposed Open Space 
District;" and reprint the Zoning Map so the area comprising the "Official 
and Open Space District" shall be shaded in the color black dots and the 
legend on the lower left hand side of the Map shall be amended by adding 
thereto a rectangular block shaded in black dots indicating that areas so 
shaded on the Map constitute the "Official and Open Space District," 
and further to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds for the cost of reprinting the Zoning Map to contain the changes 
authorized herein; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That a new Zoning District be created to be known as the "Official and 
Open Space District" and in furtherance of that purpose amend the Zoning By-Law as 
follows: 

(1) By striking therefrom Subsection 3.2 of Section 3 and substituting the 
following Subsection 3.1: 

"3.1. Division into Districts. 

The Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts, is divided into Eight (8) Zon- 
ing Districts designated as follows: 

and further the Zoning Map identified as "Zoning District Map of the 
Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts Oct. 1, 1969 as revised to 1976" 
prepared by Edwin A. Young, R.L.S. R.P.E. (hereinafter called the 
"Map") be amended to designate as the Official and Open Space District 
the roughly triangular parcel of land shown on the southwesterly corner of 
the Map identified as "STATE PARK COMMONWEALTH OF 
MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES" 
and more particularly shown on a copy of the Zoning Map on file with the 
Town Clerk, outlined in red ink and identified as "Proposed Open Space 
District;" and that the Zoning Map be reprinted so the area comprising the 
"Official and Open Space District" shall be shaded in black dots and the 
legend on the lower left hand side of the Map be amended by adding 
thereto a rectangular block shaded in black dots indicating that area so 
shaded on the Map constitutes the "Official and Open Space District;" and 
further that the sum of Four Hundred and no/ 100 ($400.00) Dollars be 
raised and appropriated from taxation for the cost of reprinting the Zoning 
Map to contain the changes authorized herein. 



ARTICLE 40. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. Vi vote required. 

Article 41. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Law by striking 
therefrom the Table of Area Regulations in Subsection 5.3.1 and substituting in its 
place and stead the following Table of Area Regulations as Subsection 5.3.1 which con- 
tains requirements for increased lot sizes in the R-A District, R-B District and R-C 
District; adds maximum permitted coverage and structural coverage requirements in the 
Highway Business and Light Industry Districts; and adds requirements for the Official 
and Open Space District; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That the Zoning By-Law be amended by striking therefrom the Table of 
Area Regulations in Subsection 5.3.1 and substituting in its place and stead the follow- 
ing Table of Area Regulations as Subsection 5.3.1 which contains requirements for in- 
creased lot sizes in the R-A District, R-B District and R-C District; adds maximum per- 
mitted coverage and structural coverage requirements in the Highway Business and 
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District. 



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ARTICLE 41. Primary Amendment by Daniel Cotton. 

MOVED: That the motion under Article 41 be amended so as to limit its effect on 

residential lots already improved by adding to such motion the following: 

"AND FURTHER MOVED: That the Zoning Bylaw be amended by renumbering 
Section 5.3.2. as Section 5.3.2.(i) and adding a new paragrpah 5.3.2.(ii) that shall read 
as follows: 

'5.3.2.(ii) The amendment relating to a change in the Table of Area 
Regulations pertaining to Districts R-A, R-B and R-C shall not apply for a 
period of ten (10) years from its effective date to a lot in the R-A, R-B or 
R-C Districts provided a plan for such lot was recorded or endorsed or a 
deed was duly recorded with the Norfolk Registry of Deeds or the Norfolk 
County District of the Land Court, was improved by a residential dwelling 
and conformed to the existing zoning requirements as of January 1, 1985 
but had less area, frontage, width, yard or depth requirements than the 
newly effective zoning requirements.' " 

Secondary Amendment by Robert Booth 

MOVED: That the amendment under the main motion be further amended to provide 
that the changes proposed under the Main Motion shall have no effect on residential 
lots already improved so that section 5.3.2.(ii) shall read: 

f 5.3.2.(ii) the amendment relating to a change in the table 7 area regulation 
pertaining to District R-A, R-B and R-C shall not apply to a lot in the R-A, 
R-B and R-C Districts, provided a plan for such lot was recorded or en- 
dorsed or a deed was duly recorded with the Norfolk County Registry of 
Deeds or Registry District of the Land Court, was improved by a residential 
dwelling and conformed to the existing zoning requirements as of January 
1, 1985 but had less area, frontage, width, yard or depth requirements than 
the newly effective zoning requirements. 

Amendment to the amendment by Robert Booth 
Vote YES 156, NO 104. 

Amendment to the Main Motion by Mr. Daniel Cotton 
Voted by a voice vote, amended by the Booth amendment. 

ARTICLE 41. Main Motion as amended, voted by a hand count YES 218, No 47. 2 A 
vote required. 

Article 37. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5— AREA REGULA- 
TIONS of the Zoning By-Law by adding thereto a new Subsection 5.2.10 which shall 
provide as follows: 

"5.2.10. Only that portion of a lot which throughout its extent meets 
minimum lot width requirements together with the required front and rear 
yards may be used in calculating area and coverage requirements;" 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 5— AREA REGULATIONS of the Zoning By-Law be 
amended by adding thereto a new Subsection 5.2.10 which shall provide as follows: 

"5.2.10. Only that portion of a lot which throughout its extent meets 
minimum lot width requirements together with the required front and rear 
yards may be used in calculating area and coverage requirements." 
ARTICLE 37. Rejected by a voice vote. 2 A vote required. 



87 — 



Article 38. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 12— ADMINISTRA- 
TION AND ENFORCEMENT of the Zoning By-Law by striking therefrom Subsection 
12.6.1 and substituting in its place and stead the following Subsection 12.6.1: 

"12. 6.1. No permit to build, reconstruct, or expand any buildings or struc- 
tures in any business or light industry district where such construction shall 
exceed a total gross floor area of Two Hundred (200) square feet, shall be 
issued by the Building Inspector until he shall have received from the Plan- 
ning Board a written statement of final approval of the Planning Board in 
accordance with the provisions of this Section or until Seventy Five (75) 
days have elapsed after an application for such plan approval has been filed 
with the Planning Board. This Section shall not include signs attached to a 
building, or normal maintenance;" 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 12— ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT of the 

Zoning By-Law be amended by striking therefrom Subsection 12.6.1 and substituting in 

its place and stead the following Subsection 12.6.1: 

"12. 6. 1. No permit to build, reconstruct, or expand any buildings or struc- 
tures in any business or light industry district where such construction shall 
exceed a total gross floor area of Two Hundred (200) square feet, shall be 
issued by the Building Inspector until he shall have received from the Plan- 
ning Board a written statement of final approval of the Planning Board in 
accordance with the provisions of this Section or until Seventy Five (75) 
days have elapsed after an application for such plan approval has been filed 
with the Planning Board. This Section shall not include signs attached to a 
building, or normal maintenance;" 
ARTICLE 38. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 42. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 8 NON-CONFORMING 
USES, STRUCTURES AND LOTS by striking therefrom Subparagraph 3 of Subsec- 
tion B of Section 8.3 and substituting in its place and stead the following Section 8.3.B: 

"3. Was, on said effective date, held in ownership separate from that of 
the adjoining land, or if held in ownership the same as that of adjoining 
land, had an area of not less than: 

a. 13,000 square feet in R-A District 

b. 26,000 square feet in R-B District 

c. 45,000 square feet in R-C District;" 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 42. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 43. "Section 9— WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION BUILDING 
MORATORIUM DISTRICT. 

9A.1. Preamble. 

Whereas, the health, welfare and safety of the residents of the town is dependent upon 

an adequate water supply; and 

Whereas, continued development in the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 
District may adversely affect the Town's water supply; and 

Whereas, adverse effects of continued development would include but not be limited to 



88 — 



contamination of the water supply by excessive levels of nitrate; and 

Whereas, the Town meeting by vote taken on June 18, 1984, has appropriated the sum 
of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars to retain the services of a con- 
sulting engineer to provide relevant data with regard to the Town's water supply area 
and to assist in the preparation of a water supply area protection By-Law; and 

Whereas, the Board of Selectmen has appointed a Watershed Area Protection Commit- 
tee to investigate and study the Town's water supply area and to recommend By-Laws 
and/or regulations to protect the Town's water supply; and 

Whereas, it is desired to protect the Town's water supply while the aforementioned 
studies are being undertaken and to provide an orderly opportunity for the studies to be 
completed. 

9A.2. Location 

The Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District is located as shown on a 
plan entitled ''Aaron River Dam and Lily Pond Watersheds, SEA Consultants, Inc.," 
and (within an area of One Thousand (1,000) feet from any town well), as shown on a 
map entitled "Map of proposed Ground- Water Moratorium Area" (hereinafter refer- 
red to as the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District Map), and filed in 
the Office of the Town Clerk, which plans, together with all explanatory matters 
thereon and amendments thereto, is hereby incorporated by reference and made a part 
of this By-Law. 

9A.3. Relation to Districts. 

For the purposes of this By-Law, the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 
District shall be considered as superimposed on the other districts shown on the Zoning 
Map and any building, structure, use of land included within the Water Supply Protec- 
tion Building Moratorium District shall also be deemed to be within the particular 
district or districts in which it is located, as shown on the Zoning Map, and shall be sub- 
ject to all the restrictions and regulations of said particular district or districts in addi- 
tion to those set forth in this Section. 

9 A. 4. Boundaries. 

The location of the boundary lines of the Water Supply Protection Building 

Moratorium District as shown on the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 

District Map shall be determined in the same manner as hereinbefore set forth in Section 

3.3 for determining the location of boundary lines of the districts shown on the Zoning 

Map. 

9A.5. Prohibited Uses. 

In the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District, no building shall be con- 
structed, erected or otherwise placed or moved for any purpose, until January 1, 1987. 

9 A. 6. Special Permit. 

A. Any person seeking relief from the provisions of this Section may submit an applica- 
tion for a special permit to the Board of Appeals. The application shall be in such form 
as is specified in Section 9.6.2 of this By-Law. 

B. No construction, erection, movement, or placement of the building shall be allowed 
unless the applicant demonstrates by affirmative evidence that the proposed building 
and any related septic system will not have an adverse impact on surface or subsurface 
public water supplies. 



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9 A. 7. Reference to Other Boards. 

Within Seven (7) days after receipt of the application for a special permit under this Sec- 
tion, the Board of Appeals shall transmit copies thereof, together with copies of the ac- 
companying plans to the Board of Health, the Planning Board, the Conservation Com- 
mission, and the Board of Water Commissioners, and the Watershed Area Protection 
Committee. All such Boards shall investigate the applications and report in writing their 
recommendations to the Board of Appeals. The Board of Appeals shall not take final 
action on such application until it has received a report from the Board of Health, the 
Planning Board, the Conservation Commission, the Board of Water Commissioners, 
and the Watershed Area Protection Committee, or until said Boards have allowed 
Thirty Five (35) days to elapse after receipt of such application without submission of a 
report. 

9 A . 8. Conditions of Permit. 

In granting a special permit under this Section, the Board of Appeals shall impose con- 
ditions specially designed to safeguard the property, health, and safety of occupants of 
the premises and of other land, and to insure conformity with the purposes of this Sec- 
tion and this By-Law, which may include conditions as to: 1) placement of the building 
or structure, 2) type of foundation, 3) elevation of floors, 4) method of anchoring 
building to foundation, 5) design of drainage system and private sewage disposal 
system, 6) area and depth of any excavation, 7) area, depth, and composition of any fill, 
8) occupancy of building, and 9) certification of performance by a registered profes- 
sional engineer or land surveyor," 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Zoning By-Law be amended by adding thereto a new Section 9A 
immediately following the present section 9 which shall be identified and provide as 
follows: 

"Section 9— WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION BUILDING MORATORIUM 
DISTRICT. 

9A.1. Preamble. 

Whereas, the health, welfare and safety of the residents of the town is dependent upon 

an adequate water supply; and 

Whereas, continued development in the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 
District may adversely affect the Town's water supply; and 

Whereas, adverse effects of continued development would include but not be limited to 
contamination of the water supply by excessive levels of nitrate; and 

Whereas, the Town meeting by vote taken on June 18, 1984, has appropriated the sum 
of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars to retain the services of a con- 
sulting engineer to provide relevant data with regard to the Town's water supply area 
and to assist in the preparation of a water supply area protection By-Law; and 

Whereas, the Board of Selectmen has appointed a Watershed Area Protection Commit- 
tee to investigate and study the Town's water supply area and to recommend By-Laws 
and/or regulations to protect the Town's water supply; and 

Whereas, it is desired to protect the Town's water supply while the aforementioned 
studies are being undertaken and to provide an orderly opportunity for the studies to be 
completed. 



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9A.2. Location 

The Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District is located as shown on a 
plan entitled "Aaron River Dam and Lily Pond Watersheds, SEA Consultants, Inc.," 
and (within an area of One Thousand (1,000) feet from any town well), as shown on a 
map entitled "Map of proposed Ground- Water Moratorium Area" (hereinafter refer- 
red to as the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District Map), and filed in 
the Office of the Town Clerk, which plans, together with all explanatory matters 
thereon and amendments thereto, is hereby incorporated by reference and made a part 
of this By-Law. 

9 A. 3. Relation to Districts. 

For the purposes of this By-Law, the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 
District shall be considered as superimposed on the other districts shown on the Zoning 
Map and any building, structure, use of land included within the Water Supply Protec- 
tion Building Moratorium District shall also be deemed to be within the particular 
district or districts in which it is located, as shown on the Zoning Map, and shall be sub- 
ject to all the restrictions and regulations of said particular district or districts in addi- 
tion to hose set forth in this Section. 

9A.4. Boundaries. 

The location of the boundary lines of the Water Supply Protection Building 

Moratorium District as shown on the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 

District Map shall be determined in the same manner as hereinbefore set forth in Section 

3.3 for determining the location of boundary lines of the districts shown on the Zoning 

Map. 

9A.5. Prohibited Uses. 

In the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District, no building shall be con- 
structed, erected or otherwise placed or moved for any purpose, until January 1, 1987. 

9 A. 6. Special Permit. 

A. Any person seeking relief from the provisions of this Section may submit an applica- 
tion for a special permit to the Board of Appeals. The application shall be in such form 
as is specified in Section 9.6.2 of this By-Law. 

B. No construction, erection, movement, or placement of the building shall be allowed 
unless the applicant demonstrates by affirmative evidence that the proposed building 
and any related septic system will not have an adverse impact on surface or subsurface 
public water supplies. 

9 A. 7. Reference to Other Boards. 

Within Seven (7) days after receipt of the application for a special permit under this Sec- 
tion, the Board of Appeals shall transmit copies thereof, together with copies of the ac- 
companying plans to the Board of Health, the Planning Board, the Conservation Com- 
mission, and the Board of Water Commissioners, and the Watershed Area Protection 
Committee. All such Boards shall investigate the applications and report in writing their 
recommendations to the Board of Appeals. The Board of Appeals shall not take final 
action on such application until it has received a report from the Board of Health, the 
Planning Board, the Conservation Commission, the Board of Water Commissioners, 
and the Watershed Area Protection Committee, or until said Boards have allowed 
Thirty Five (35) days to elapse after receipt of such application without submission of a 
report. 



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9 A . 8. Conditions of Permit. 

In granting a special permit under this Section, the Board of Appeals shall impose con- 
ditions specially designed to safeguard the property, health, and safety of occupants of 
the premises and of other land, and to insure conformity with the purposes of this Sec- 
tion and this By-Law, which may include conditions as to: 1) placement of the building 
or structure, 2) type of foundation, 3) elevation of floors, 4) method of anchoring 
building to foundation, 5) design of drainage system and private sewage disposal 
system, 6) area and depth of any excavation, 7) area, depth, and composition of any fill, 
8) occupancy of building, and 9) certification of performance by a registered profes- 
sional engineer or land surveyor/' 

ARTICLE 43. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 2 A vote required. 

The meeting was adjourned by Clifford Mitman, Jr. at 10:30 P.M. 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1985 

Meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 8:30 P.M. A quorum was not 
present. There were only 163 checked in on the voters list. The meeting was adjourned 
to Saturday, April 13, 1985, to the Town Hall Auditorium at 8:00 A.M. for the election 
of Town Officers. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 8:45 P.M. 

A True Record, ATTEST: 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 



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Town Election 

April 13, 1985 

Polls opened at 8:00 A.M. closed at 6:00 P.M. Total Voted 1595 32% Voted 



Election Officers Present 7:45 A.M. 

Mary N. Grassie 

Bernard Mulcahy 

Janice Rosano 

Mary A. Fiori 

Margaret C. Hernan 

Grace Tuckerman 

Maria R. Pape 



Constance S. Jones 
Jean M. Salvador 
Patricia A. Walsh 
Kathleen Rhodes 
Kathleen England 
Thomas M. Healy, Jr. 
Ann Leonard 



Election Officer sworn in at 12:00 Noon 
Dorothea Bjorkgren 

Election Officer sworn in at 4:30 P.M. 
Domenic M. Baccari 



Pre. 1 



Pre. 2 



Total 



SELECTMAN for three years 










Rocco F. Laugelle 


2 


572 


541 


1113 


Blanks 




251 


231 


482 


Total 




823 


772 


1595 


SELECTMAN for two years 










James L. Gallagher 


5 


318 


446 


764 


Diane C. Sullivan 


6 


476 


305 


781 


Blanks 




29 


21 


50 


Total 




823 


772 


1595 


ASSESSOR for three years 










Michael C. Patrolia 


9 


594 


546 


1140 


Blanks 




229 


226 


455 


Total 




823 


772 


1595 


TREASURER-COLLECTOR for two 


years 








Elizabeth B. Ripley 


12 


684 


628 


1312 


Blanks 




139 


144 


283 


Total 




823 


772 


1595 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE for three years (Two Positions) 






Joseph R. Nedrow 


15 


544 


494 


1038 


Barbara W. Bliss 




529 


387 


915 


Roy Fitzsimmon 






2 


2 


Blanks 




574 


663 


1237 


Total 




1646 


1542 


3192 


TRUSTEE OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY for three 


years 




(Three Positions) 










Michele A. Buckley 


26 


495 


475 


970 


Mary M. Deveney 


27 


202 


148 


350 


Blanks 




126 


149 


275 


Total 




823 


772 


1595 



-93 



BOARD OF HEALTH for three years 
John M. Burns 30 

Blanks 
Total 

PLANNING BOARD for five years 
John F. O'Toole 33 

Blanks 
Total 

WATER COMMISSION for three years 

Lot W. Bates 36 

Jeff Bettinger 

Blanks 

Total 

SEWER COMMISSION for three years 
Raimund G. Vanderweil, Jr. 40 

Blanks 
Total 

RECREATION COMMISSION for five years 
Robert G. Beggan 43 

Deborah G. Eaton 44 

Blanks 
Total 

COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY for five years 
Marguerite M. Libby 47 

Blanks 
Total 

COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY for four years 

Kathleen M. Conte 50 

Blanks 

Total 

QUESTION NO. 1 

Should South Shore commuter rail service 

be restored on the existing Greenbush Line, 

which runs from Boston (South Station) to 

Scituate? 

YES 60 

NO 61 

Blanks 

Total 

QUESTION NO. 2 

Would you commute on the Greenbush rail 

line if such service was available? 

YES 64 

NO 65 

Blanks 

Total 



94 



597 


489 


1086 


226 


283 


509 


823 


772 


1595 


605 


463 


1068 


218 


309 


527 


823 


772 


1595 


632 


565 


1197 


1 




1 


190 


207 


397 


823 


772 


1595 


592 


466 


1053 


231 


306 


537 


823 


772 


1595 


394 


389 


783 


272 


256 


528 


157 


127 


284 


823 


772 


1595 


608 


505 


1113 


215 


267 


482 


823 


772 


1595 


618 


557 


1175 


205 


215 


420 


823 


772 


1595 



635 


557 


1192 


117 


149 


266 


71 


66 


137 


823 


772 


1595 



559 


494 


1053 


163 


186 


349 


101 


92 


193 


823 


772 


1595 



444 


390 


834 


268 


284 


552 


111 


98 


209 


823 


772 


1595 



315 


282 


597 


388 


363 


751 


120 


127 


247 


823 


772 


1595 



QUESTION NO. 3 

Should the State restore commuter rail serv- 
ice on the Greenbush Line, if restoration of 
this service would require the Town of 
Scituate to subsidize operating costs? 
YES 69 

NO 70 

Blanks 
Total 

QUESTION NO. 4 

Should the Greenbush Line terminate at 

either the Hingham Shipyard or the 

Hirigham Ammunition Depot if the state 

restores commuter rail service on the South 

Shore? 

YES 74 

NO 75 

Blanks 

Total 

Polls closed at 6:00 P.M. 

Annual Town Meeting is dissolved at 9:00 P.M. 



PRECINCT CLERK'S REPORT 

Precinct 2 

The polls opened at 8:00 A.M. 

The ballot box registered at 00000 at opening 

A. Number of card ballots received A. 814 
(16 packets x 50 = A) + 14 

B. Number of unused card ballots B. 134 
( packets x 50 plus number 

remaining in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballots used C. 772 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards D. 1 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box 

1. Ballot Card Absentees 58 

2. Paper absentees 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 

(G and H should be the same) 
I. Subtract paper absentee amount I. 

(Subtract I from H) 
J. Card ballots to computer center J. 772 



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E. 


772 


F. 


58 


G. 


772 


H. 


772 



This record will accompany card ballots to computer center locked inside ballot carry 

case. 

Please include small stapled used stubs with voted card ballots in carrying case. 



Precinct Clerk 



Precinct 1 

The polls opened at 8:00 A.M. 

The ballot box registered at 00000 at opening 

A. Number of card ballots received A. 1000 
(50 packets x 50 = A) + 14 50 

950 

B. Number of unused card ballots B. 184 
( packets x 50 plus number 

remaining in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballots used C. 823 
(Subtract B from A) overring 2 

825 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards D. 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast E. 823 
(Subtract D from Q 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box F. 52 

1. Ballot Card Absentees 52 

2. Paper absentees 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box G. 823 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls H. 825 

(G and H should be the same) overring 2 

I. Subtract paper absentee amount I. 

(Subtract I from H) 

J. Card ballots to computer center J. 823 

This record will accompany card ballots to computer center locked inside ballot carry 

case. 

Please include small stapled used stubs with voted card ballots in carrying case. 



Precinct Clerk 



A True Record 
ATTEST: 
Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 
Cohasset, MA 02025 



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Special Town Meeting 



June 17, 1985 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 7:30 
P.M. the following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by the 
Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 6:45 P.M. were Constance S. Jones, Barbara 
Williams, Janice Rosano, Mary N. Grassie and Margaret C. Hernan. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks and sworn in at 7:00 P.M. were 
Bernard Mulcahy, Grace R. Tuckerman, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. and Robin E. Pape. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 281. 

The meeting was called to order at 7:45 P.M. by the Moderator and the Town 
Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 



Department 


Amount 


Board of Selectmen 


$ 4,247.50 


Fire Department 


$ 1,000.00 


Veterans' Services 


$ 126.00 


Veterans' Services 


$10,769.41 


Veterans' Services 


$ 1,427.90 


Veterans' Services 


$ 133.00 


Board of Selectmen 


$ 1,697.40 



Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum of 
Nineteen Thousand Five Hundred Sixty One and 21/100 ($19,561.20) Dollars for the 
payment of unpaid bills itemized below and relating to the 1984 fiscal year; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

BUI 

Davis, Malm & D'Agostine 
(legal services — Board of Health) 

South Shore Hospital 

(fire fighter injured on duty) 

South Shore Radiology Associates, Inc. 

South Shore Hospital 

South Shore Surgical Associates, Inc. 

South Shore Anesthesia Associates, Inc. 

Burns & Levinson 

(litigation— Zoning and Selectmen) 

Andrew D. Merliss, M.D. 

MOVED. That the sum of Nineteen Thousand Five Hudnred Sixty One and 21/100 
($19,561.20) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the payment of unpaid 
bills itemized below and relating to the 1984 fiscal year: 

Bill 

Davis, Malm & D'Agostine 
(legal services— Board of Health) 

South Shore Hospital 

(fire fighter injured on duty) 

South Shore Radiology Associates, Inc. 

South Shore Hospital 

South Shore Surgical Associates, Inc. 

South Shore Anesthesia Associates, Inc. 

Burns & Levinson 

(litigation— Zoning and Selectmen) 



Veterans' Services 



Department 

Board of Selectmen 



160.00 



Amount 

$ 4,247.50 



Fire Department 

Veterans' Services 

Veterans' Services 
Veterans' Services 

Veterans' Services 

Board of Selectmen 



$ 1,000.00 

$ 126.00 

$10,769.41 
$ 1,427.90 

$ 133.00 

$ 1,697.40 



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Andrew D. Merliss, M.D. Veterans' Services $ 160.00 

ARTICLE 1. Voted unanimously by a voice vote 9/10 vote required. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will transfer the sum of Fifteen Thousand Seven 
Hundred Fifty Two and 50/100 ($15,752.50) Dollars incurred and to be incurred during 
the 1985 fiscal year by special town counsel, Davis, Malm & D'Agostine, relating to the 
prosecution of an environmental suit entitled Barbara Kern, et al v. Cohasset Heights, 
Ltd., Norfolk Superior Court Docket No. 13862; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the sum of Ten Thousand Two Hundred Three and 75/100 
($10,203.75) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the payment of legal fees 
incurred and to be incurred during the balance of the 1985 fiscal year by special town 
counsel, Davis, Malm & D'Agostine, relating to the prosecution of an environmental 
suit entitled Barbara Kern, et al v. Cohasset Heights, Ltd., Norfolk Superior Corut 
Docket No. 12862. 
ARTICLE 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Forty Two Thousand and no/ 100 ($42,000.00) Dollars for im- 
provements to and to upgrade the Town's computer system; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Forty Two Thousand and no/ 100 ($42,000.00) Dollars be 
transferred from Surplus Revenue to be expended for improvements to and to upgrade 
the Town's computer system. 
ARTICLE 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement made by 
and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent Fire Fighters, Local 
2804 and raise and appropriate the sum of Twenty Eight Thousand One Hundred 
Ninety Four and no/ 100 ($28,194.00) Dollars to effectuate the agreement; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a collective bargaining agreement made by and be- 
tween the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent Fire Fighters, Local 2804 and 
that the sum of Twenty Eight Thousand One Hundred Ninety Four and no/ 100 
($28,194.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to effectuate the agreement 
during the 1985 fiscal year. 
ARTICLE 4. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement made by 
and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Police Association and to see what 
sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate to effectuate the agreement; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 5. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will appropriate from surplus revenue the sum of 
Thirty Thousand and no/100 ($30,000.00) Dollars to supplement funds appropriated 
pursuant to Article 12 of the November 1984 Special Town Meeting for legal fees incur- 
red and to be incurred during the 1985 fiscal year by special town counsel, Goodwin, 
Procter & Hoar, relating to the prosecution and defense of various actions and appeals 
arising out of the Town's waste water management problems and pursuit of alternative 



solutions thereto; the expenditure of these funds and payment of statements relating to 
these services shall on each occasion be subject to the prior approval of the Board of 
Selectmen; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars be transfer- 
red from Surplus revenue to supplement funds appropriated pursuant to Article 12 of 
the November 1984 Special Town Meeting for legal fees incurred and to be incurred 
during the 1985 fiscal year by special town counsel, Goodwin, Procter & Hoar, relating 
to the prosecution and defense of various actions and appeals arising out of the Town's 
Waste Water Management problems and pursuit of alternative solutions thereto; the ex- 
penditure of these funds and payment of statements relating to these services shall in 
each occasion be subject to the prior approval of the Board of Selectmen. 
ARTICLE 6. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($25,000.00) Dollars to retain a 
consultant to study and make recommendations with respect to the classifications 
system used by the Town and contained in Article XI of the General Bylaws, the Per- 
sonnel Classification and Compensation Plan; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 7. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds a sum of money to fund deficiencies in the following budgetary accounts relating 
to the 1985 fiscal year: 

Department Account Amount 

3 Selectmen— Collective Bargaining — Professional Services $ 5,850.00 

45 Law — General Expenses— Outside Legal Services $ 1 1 ,000.00 

45 Law — Town Counsel — Legal Expenses $15,000.00 

103 Fire— Personal Services— Overtime $15,000.00 

300 Street Lighting— Street Lights $ 4,200.00 

403 Landfill— General Expenses— Cover Material $ 1 3 ,500.00 

MOVED: That the sum of Sixty Four Thousand Five Hundred Fifty and no/ 100 
($64,550.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue to fund deficiencies in the 
following budgetary accounts relating to the 1985 fiscal year: 

Department Account Amount 

3 Selectmen— Collective Bargaining— Professional Services $ 5,850.00 

45 Law— General Expenses— Outside Legal Services $ 1 1 ,000.00 

45 Law— Town Counsel— Legal Expenses $15,000.00 

103 Fire— Personal Services— Overtime $15,000.00 

300 Street Lighting— Street Lights $ 4,200.00 

403 Landfill— General Expenses— Cover Material $13,500.00 

ARTICLE 8. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule as most recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1985 Annual 
Town Meeting by creating the position of Recording Secretary to the Board of Select- 
men which shall be classified "C-9, minimum" and by adding to Schedule 2 "part-time 
positions" under the caption hourly, the following: 



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"Recording Secretary to the Board of Selectmen $7.50;" or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule as most recently adopted 
under Article V of the Warrant for the 1985 Annual Town Meeting be amended to pro- 
vide for the position of Recording Secretary to the Board of Selectmen which shall be 
classified "C-9, Minimum" and by adding to Schedule 2 "part-time positions" under 
the caption hourly, the following: 

"Recording Secretary to the Board of Selectmen $7.50." 
ARTICLE 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Five Thousand Three Hundred Sixty Three and no/100 ($5,363.00) 
Dollars for the purpose of making certain capital improvements to the Town Hall and 
for the purchase of certain equipment; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation — 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Five Thousand Three Hundred Sixty Three and no/100 ($5,363.00) Dollars for 
the purpose of making certain capital improvements to the Town Hall and for the pur- 
chase of certain equipment. 
ARTICLE 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Nine Thousand Six Hundred Ninety Seven and no/ 100 ($9,697.00) 
Dollars for the purchase and installation of an air conditioning system for the Town 
Hall offices and to support such installation and any other wiring and electrical work in- 
cidental or necessary to the installation of the air conditioning system; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation — 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Nine Thousand Six Hundred Ninety Seven and no/100 ($9,697.00) Dollars for 
the purchase and installation of an air conditioning system for the Town Hall offices 
and to support such installation, any other wiring and electrical work incidental or 
necessary to the installation of the air conditioning system. 
ARTICLE 11. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Two Thousand Three Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,300.00) Dollars for the 
purpose of expanding the Town's internal communication system to include the Fire 
Department, Police Department, Sewer Department, Board of Health and Planning 
Board; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation — 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Two Thousand Three Hundred and no/100 ($2,300.00) Dollars for the purpose 
of expanding the Town's internal communications system to include the Fire Depart- 
ment, Police Department, Sewer Department, Board of Health and Planning Board. 
ARTICLEe 12. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Four Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty Nine and no/100 ($4,959.00) 
Dollars for the purpose of making certain interior renovations to the Bates Building; or 
act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation— 1986 fiscal year, the 



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sum of Four Thousand Nine Hundred Fifty Nine and no/ 100 ($4,959.00) Dollars for 
the purpose of making certain interior renovations to the Bates Building. 
ARTICLE 13. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dolalrs for the cost of 
preparation of plans and specifications and cost estimates for improvements to the 
Town's outdoor athletic facilities located at Milliken Field and the upper field behind 
the High School; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation — 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for the cost of preparation 
of plans and specifications and cost estimates for improvements to the Town's outdoor 
athletic facilities located at Milliken Field and the upper field behind the High School. 
ARTICLE 14. Voted on hand count YES 126; NO 122. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will accept the gift of a cerain parcel of real property 
from Osborne F. Ingram which parcel is on Jerusalem Road and abuts Straits Pond and 
is more particularly shown and outlined in red on a copy of Sheet 9 of the Assessors' 
maps on file with the office of the Town Clerk and to see what sum of money the Town 
will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer from available funds for the purpose 
of preparation of engineering plans and recording fees with the Norfolk County 
Registry of Deeds; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a gift of a certain parcel of real property from 
Osborne F. Ingram which parcel is on Jerusalem Road and abuts Straits Pond and is 
more particularly shown and outlined in red on a copy of Sheet 9 of the Assessors' maps 
on file with the office of the Town Clerk, and that the sum of One Thousand and 
no/100 ($1,000.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated by taxation — 1986 fiscal year, 
for the purpose of preparation of engineering plans and recording deeds with the Nor- 
folk County Registry of Deeds. 
ARTICLE 15. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 2 A vote required. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI of the General 
Bylaws— the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan by striking Subsection 
(a) of Section 5 and substituting in its place and stead the following: 

"(a) Vacation, (i) Annual vacations with pay will be granted to full-time employees of 
the Town after the following periods of continuous full-time employment: 

Time of Employment Prior to July 1 Length of Vacation 

1 year or less 1 day for each month up to a 

maximum of 10 days 
More than 1 year but less than 5 years 10 working days 

5 years but less than 10 years 15 working days 

More than 10 years 20 working days 

(ii) Regular part-time employees who work twenty (20) or more hours a week are en- 
titled to an amount of vacation in the ratio of their weekly hours worked to the full-time 
hour schedule for employees of their department. Vacations with pay will not be 
granted to part time employees working less than twenty (20) hours a week or to tem- 
porary employees. 

(iii) Vacations shall be taken in the fiscal year following the fiscal year in which they 
were earned at a time convenient to the Department Head and the employee. 



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(iv) If an approved holiday, listed in Section 5(b), is observed on a working day or Sun- 
day while the employee is on vacation, the employee will be granted either an additional 
day of vacation or an additional day's pay at the discretion of the Department Head;" 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 16. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Mr. Max S. Maire, 85 Elm Street, moved for reconsideration of the vote on Article 14. 
Motion for reconsideration of the vote on Article 14 defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Two Thousand and no/ 100 ($2,000.00) Dollars in connection with the 
production of reproducible mylars of the watershed zones defined on "two foot con- 
tour" maps; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation— 1986 fiscal year, the sum 
of Two Thousand and no/ 100 ($2,000.00) Dollars for the production of two (2) foot 
contour lines on the reproducable mylars of the watershed zone. 
ARTICLE 17. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IX of the General Bylaws, 
HARBOR, by striking Section 2 as most recently amended by Article 23 of the 1983 An- 
nual Town Meeting and substituting in its place and stead the following Section 2: 

"Section 2. (a)(i) No person shall install mooring tackle for any boat, float, or lobster 
car within the limits of Cohasset Harbor without first obtaining a permit from the Har- 
bor Master. The application for such permit shall be prescribed by the Selectmen on a 
form entitled 'Application for Mooring Location' dated April, 1985. 

(ii) No boat in excess of forty five (45) feet overall shall be assigned a mooring location 
in Cohasset Harbor. 

(iii) The 'Application for Mooring Location' shall identify the boat and the boat owner 
and shall define the boat owner's responsibility pertaining to his boat and mooring 
tackle. The Harbor Master shall insure that a signed copy of the 'Application for Moor- 
ing Location' is on file in the office of the Harbor Master for all boat owners with an 
assigned mooring location. 

(iv) A mooring location waiting list shall be maintained by the Harbor Master using the 
date on the 'Application for Mooring Location' as the basis for position on the list. All 
persons must reaffirm their position on the waiting list annually with the Harbor 
Master. A record of the reaffirmation shall be kept on the 'Application for Mooring 
Location' form on file with the Harbor Master. Persons not reaffirming shall be 
dropped from the list. 

(v) On and after July 1, 1983, all boats moored in Cohasset Harbor will be required to 
display an annual decal on the port quarter aft of the boat to indicate that the mooring 
fee has been paid for the year and the boat is authorized to be on the mooring. 

(vi) On and after July 1, 1983, mooring fees shall be paid by June 1 of each year or the 
Harbor Master shall remove the mooring tackle form the confines of Cohasset Harbor 
of each individual or entity for which no mooring fee has been paid and such removal 
shall be at the expense of the owner. 



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(vii) On and after July 1, 1983, the owners of all boats moored in Cohasset Harbor not 
displaying a mooring decal shall, during certain times of the year as prescribed by the 
Board of Selectmen, pay a temporary per diem mooring fee as set annually by the Board 
of Selectmen on or before July 1 . 

(viii) Boats not moored in accordance with harbor regulations shall be removed from 
the mooring and stored at the owner's expense. Payment for removal and storage shall 
be paid before a boat is released to the owner. 

(b)(i) All mooring tackle shall be constructed in accordance with 'Mooring Specifica- 
tions for Cohasset Harbor,' a document drawn on May 2, 1969, and on file with the 
Harbor Master. 

(ii) A periodic inspection of all mooring tackle shall be performed under the supervi- 
sion of the Harbor Master. The time between inspections shall not exceed five (5) years. 

(c) If the Harbor Master determines that the mooring tackle conforms to the specifica- 
tion document, he shall issue a permit and assign a location if one is available. If the 
Harbor Master determines that the mooring tackle does not conform to the regulations, 
or if he shall, for other valid reasons, deem it improper to issue a mooring permit, he 
shall refuse to do so. The Harbor Master shall issue or deny such permit within two (2) 
weeks of the date of application. The Harbor Master shall keep accurate records and 
books and shall issue a signed copy of the 'Application for Mooring Location' to the 
applicant and file a copy at the office of the Selectmen. 

(d) No boat shall be made fast to a Town Landing or pier for more than thirty (30) 
minutes except by permission of the Harbor Master. Boats anchored or moored in such 
a manner as to constitute a hazard to navigation or property may be moved at the 
owner's expense. As far as practical, the Harbor Master shall require all commercial 
boats to be moored in a common area;" or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article IX of the General By-Laws, HARBOR, be amended by striking 
Section 2 as most recently amended by Article 23 of the 1983 Annual Town Meeting and 
substituting in its place and stead the following Section 2: 

"Section 2. (a)(i) No person shall install mooring tackle for any boat, float, or lobster 
car within the limits of Cohasset Harbor without first obtaining a permit from the Har- 
bor Master. The application for such permit shall be prescribed by the Selectmen on a 
form entitled 'Application for Mooring Location' dated April, 1985. 

(ii) No boat in excess of forty five (45) feet overall shall be assigned a mooring location 
in Cohasset Harbor. 

(iii) The 'Application for Mooring Location' shall identify the boat and the boat owner 
and shall define the boat owner's responsibility pertaining to his boat and mooring 
tackle. The Harbor Master shall insure that a signed copy of the 'Application for Moor- 
ing Location' is on file in the office of the Harbor Master for all boat owners with an 
assigned mooring location. 

(iv) A mooring location waiting list shall be maintained by the Harbor Master using the 
date on the "Application for Mooring Location" as the basis for position on the list. 
All persons must reaffirm their position on the waiting list by June 1 of each year with 
the Harbor Master. A record of the reaffirmation shall be kept on the "Application for 
Mooring Location" form on file with the Harbor Master. Persons not reaffirming shall 
be dropped from the list. 

(v) On and after July 1, 1983, all boats moored in Cohasset harbor will be required to 



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display an annual decal on the port quarter aft of the boat to indicate that the mooring 
fee has been paid for the year and the boat is authorized to be on the mooring. 

(vi) On and after July 1, 1983, mooring fees shall be paid by June 1 of each year or the 
Harbor Master shall remove the mooring tackle from the confines of Cohasset Harbor 
of each individual or entity for which no mooring fee has been paid and such removal 
shall be at the expense of the owner. 

(vii) On and after July 1, 1983, the owners of all boats moored in Cohasset Harbor not 
displaying a mooring decal shall, during certain times of the year as prescribed by the 
Board of Selectmen, pay a temporary per diem mooring fee as set annually by the Board 
of Selectmen on or before July 1 . 

(viii) Boats not moored in accordance with harbor regulations shall be removed from 
the mooring and stored at the owner's expense. Payment for removal and storage shall 
be paid before a boat is released to the owner. 

(b)(i) All mooring tackle shall be constructed in accordance with 'Mooring Specifica- 
tions for Cohasset Harbor,' a document drawn on May 2, 1969, and on file with the 
Harbor Master. 

(ii) A periodic inspection of all mooring tackle shall be performed under the supervi- 
sion of the Harbor Master. The time between inspections shall not exceed five (5) years. 

(c) If the Harbor Master determines that the mooring tackle conforms to the specifica- 
tion document, he shall issue a permit and assign a location if one is available. If the 
Harbor Master determines that the mooring tackle does not conform to the regulations, 
or if he shall, for other valid resons, deem it improper to issue a mooring permit, he 
shall refuse to do so. The Harbor Master shall issue or deny such permit within Two (2) 
weeks of the date of application. The Harbor Master shall keep accurate records and 
books and shall issue a signed copy of the "Application for Mooring Location" to the 
applicant and file a copy at the office of the Selectmen. 

(d) No boat shall be made fast to a Town Landing or pier for more than Thirty (30) 
minutes except by permission of the Harbor Master. Boats anchored or moored in such 
a manner as to constitute a hazard to navigation or property may be moved at the 
owner's expense. As far as practical, the Harbor Master shall require all commercial 
boats to be moored in a common area. 

ARTICLE 18. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars to purchase and equip 
a new four-wheel drive vehicle for the Highway Department and authorize the trade-in 
of a 1978 Ford three quarter ton pick-up truck currently used by the Highway Depart- 
ment; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation— 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars to purchase and equip a new 
four-wheel drive vehicle for the Highway Department and authorize the "trade-in" of a 
1978 ford three quarter ton pick-up currently used by the Highway Department. 
ARTICLE 19. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Eight Thousand and no/ 100 ($8,000.00) Dollars to make repairs to the 
roadway and retaining wall located in the area of 121 Jerusalem Road; or act on 



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anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation— 1986 fiscal year, the 

sum of Eight Thousand and no/ 100 ($8,000.00) Dollars to make repairs to the roadway 

and retaining wall located in the area of 121 Jerusalem Road. 

ARTICLE 20. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty Thousand Three Hundred Twenty and no/ 100 ($20,320.00) 
Dollars for site preparations for the construction of a salt shed at the Cedar Street 
Landfill; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation— 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Twenty Thousand Three Hundred Twenty and no/ 100 ($20,320.00) Dollars for 
site preparations for the construction of a salt shed at the Cedar Street Landfill. 
ARTICLE 21. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will borrow a sum of money to obtain materials and 
pay the construction costs of a water line to commence at the hydrant on Elm Court, 
and extend along a twenty (20) foot way off Atlantic Avenue known as Newtonville 
Lane and connect with the water line on Atlantic Avenue in front of property now or 
formerly owned by Hollis T..Gleason, et al and for the cost of materials and installation 
of a fire hydrant on Newtonville Lane; and to reimburse the Town for the cost of the 
labor, materials, construction, engineering and administrative costs to see if the Town 
will levy special assessments upon abutters and upon owners of land or upon those who 
by more remote means receive a benefit from the laying of pipes and installation of the 
hydrant as provided herein; all in accordance with Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 
40, Sections 42G, 42H and 421; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town be authorized to borrow the sum of Thirty-four Thousand, 
Three-hundred and thirty-two and no/ 100 Dollars ($34,332.00) Dollars to obtain 
materials and pay the construction costs of a waterline to commence at a hydrant op- 
posite #22 Atlantic Avenue and proceed for a distance of 550 linear feet along Newton- 
ville Lane and the installation of one fire hydrant on Newtonville Lane, and further that 
the Selectmen be authorized to negotiate for and obtain easements and rights of way in- 
cidental or necessary to the installation of a hydrant at the watermain; and to reimburse 
the Town for the cost of the labor, materials, construction, engineering and ad- 
ministrative cost the Town be authorized to levy special assessments upon abutters and 
upon owners of land or upon those who by more remote means receive a benefit from 
the laying of pipes and installation of the hydrant as provided herein; all in accordance 
with Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 40, Sections 42G, 42H, and 421; provided 
however, that the authority to borrow, the expenditure of funds and the asessment of 
real property shall be subject to the written approval of each owner of real property to 
be affected by such assessment. 
ARTICLE 22. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement made 
by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent Fire Fighters Local 
2804 and raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Eight Thousand Seven Hundred 
Twenty Two and no/ 100 ($58,722.00) Dollars to effectuate the agreement during the 
1986 fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation— 1986 fiscal year, the sum 
of Fifty Eight Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty Two and no/ 100 ($58,722.00) Dollars 



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to fund increases in wages and salaries as a result of a collective bargaining agreement 

by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent Fire Fighters Local 

2804. 

ARTICLE 23. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement made 
by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Police Association and to see 
what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate to effectuate the agreement; or 
act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 24. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will authorize the Board of Selectmen to petition the 
General Court for special legislation to exempt the. office of the Town Accountant from 
the provisions of Chapter 31, the Civil Service Law and Rules; such legislation to apply 
to the person serving in that office at the time the legislation is filed and/ or becomes ef- 
fective; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to petition the General 
Court for special legislation to exempt the office of the Town Accountant from the pro- 
visions of Chapter 31, the Civil Service Law and Rules; such legislation to apply to the 
person serving in that office at the time the legislation is filed and/ or becomes effective. 
ARTICLE 25. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Three Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($3,500.00) Dollars for the 
purchase and replacement of the hardware on the doors of the Town Hall; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation— 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Three Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($3,500.00) Dollars for the purchase 
and replacement of the hardware on the doors of the Town Hall. 
ARTICLE 26. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 27. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds a sum of money for engineering costs in connection with repairs or replacements 
to a culvert under Doane Street and a culvert under Beech wood Street near Mill Lane; 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation— 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Thirty Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($35,000.00) Dollars for engineering costs in 
connection with repairs or replacements to a culvert under Doane Street and a culvert 
under Beech wood Street near Mill Lane. 
ARTICLE 27. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will rescind the transfer of Fifty Two Thousand and 
no/100 ($52,000.00) Dollars as authorized by Article 23 of the Warrant for the 1982 An- 
nual Town Meeting; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town rescind the transfer of Fifty Two Thousand and no/ 100 
($52,000.00) Dollars as authorized by Article 23 of the Warrant for the 1982 Annual 
Town Meeting. 
ARTICLE 28. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 29. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5— AREA REGULA- 
TIONS, of the Zoning Bylaw by striking therefrom Subsection 5.2.7 and substituting in 
its place and stead the following Subsection 5.2.7: 

"5.2.7. A fence, hedge, wall, including a retaining wall, or other enclosing 
structure within and adjacent to lot lines may be built and/or maintained 
except that on a corner lot, it shall not, at intersecting streets, obstruct 
visual clearance in excess of three (3) feet above the grade of the street in 
the area formed by the curb lines and a straight line joining said curb lines 
at points which are twenty five (25) feet measured from the intersection of 
the curb lines. Where curb lines do not exist, the lines shall be where such 
curb would be required if built;" or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 29. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds the sum of Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($500.00) 
Dollars for the construction and installation of signs along the railroad 
bed; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation— 1986 fiscal 
year, the sum of Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($500.00) Dollars for the con- 
struction and installation of warning signs along the railroad bed. 
ARTICLE 30. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 31. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Frank W. England, Chairman, 
Citizen's Petition.) 

Name Address 

Deborah S. Cook 281 King Street 

Paul Sheerin 274 King Street 

William A. Watson 244 King Street 

Eleanor C. Watson 244 King Street 

Frederick C. Higgins 251 King Street 

Joseph Laugelle 15 King Street 

Constance S. Jones 404 Beech wood Street 

James Lagrotteria 104 Howe Road 

Dorothy Lagrotteria 104 How Road 

Donna M. Perroncello Pleasant Lane 

To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available funds the 
sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of 
providing tuition funds to sponsor Cohasset residents in the South Shore Associates for 
Retarded Citizens, a/k/a Sheltered Workshop, for fiscal 1985; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town transfer from Surplus Revenue the sum of Two Thousand 
Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,500.00) Dollars for the purpose of providing tuition 
funds to sponsor Cohasset residents in the South Shore Associates for Retarded 
Citizens, a/k/a Sheltered Workshop, for fiscal 1985. 
ARTICLE 3 1 . Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Four Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($4,500.00) Dollars for the 



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purpose of constructing a six hundred (600) foot litter fence at the Cedar Street Land- 
fill; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation— 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Four Thousand Five Hundred and no/ 100 ($4,500.00) Dollars for the purpose 
of constructing a six hundred (600) foot litter fence at the Cedar Street Landfill. 
ARTICLE 32. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will vote to approve a transfer of One Thousand 
Five Hundred Twenty Two and no/100 ($1,522.00) Dollars from the account entitled 
"Water Schedule 102, General Expenses" to "Water Schedule 122, Insurance Ex- 
penses;" or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town transfer the sum of One Thousand Five Hundred Twenty 
Two and no/100 ($1,522.00) Dollars from the account entitled "Water Schedule 102, 
General Expenses" to "Water Schedule 122. Insurance Expenses." 
ARTICLE 33. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 34. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dollars for the cost of the 
replacement of the sills of the Bates Building; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation — 1986 fiscal year, the 
sum of Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dollars for the cost of the replacement 
of the sills, lally columns and floor joists of the Bates Building. 
ARTICLE 34. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Mr. Robert Sturdy moved for reconsideration of the vote on Article 32. 
Motion defeated. 

Motion for reconsideration of Article 32 defeated by a hand count YES 56; NO 77. 

Article 35. To see if the Town will vote to accept the gift of a scholarship fund for 
the benefit of Cohasset High School seniors as provided in Article II (b) 3 of the Hardy 
Trust Agreement created by Margaret Mary Hardy under an instrument of trust dated 
June 22, 1983; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town vote to accept the gift of a scholarship fund for the benefit of 
Cohasset High School seniors as provided in Article II (b) 3 of the Hardy Trust Agree- 
ment created by Margaret Mary Hardy under an instrument of trust dated July 22, 
1983, such fund to be known as the "Margaret Mary Hardy Scholarship Fund." 
ARTICLE 35. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That this Special Town Meeting be dissolved. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 10:45 P.M. 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 

ATTEST: 

A True Record 



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Special Town Meeting 

December 9, 1985 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 7:30 
P.M. the following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by the 
Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 6:30 P.M. were Constance S. Jones, Janice Rosano, 
Margaret C. Hernan and Kathleen M. Rhodes. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks and sworn in at 7:00 P.M. were 
Bernard H. Mulcahy, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Robert S. Pape and Louise A. Flint. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 272. 

The meeting was called to order at 7:50 P.M. by the Moderator and the Town 
Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XII of the General 
Bylaws— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 31 which 
shall read as follows: 

"Section 31. Every private swimming pool shall be enclosed by a fence five 
(5) feet in height and firmly secured at ground level. If the fence is over five 
(5) feet in height, it shall be chain linked. Such enclosure, including gates 
therein, shall not be less than five (5) feet above the ground, and any gate 
shall be self-latching with a latch placed four (4) feet above the ground, or 
otherwise made inaccessible from the outside to children up to eight (8) 
years of age. Any such pool shall be equipped with at least one (1) life ring 
and a rescue hook."; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 1 . Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dollars to fund an amendment 
to a contract by and between the Town and Camp, Dresser and McKee, Inc. with 
respect to a study of tributary water sheds to Lily Pond and Great Swamp in the area of 
the Cohasset Heights, landfill: or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town transfer from Surplus Revenue (free cash) the sum of Five 
Thousand and no/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars to fund an amendment to a contract by and 
between the Town of Cohasset and Camp, Dresser and McKee, Inc. with respect to a 
study of tributary water sheds to Lily Pond and Great Swamp in the area of the 
Cohasset Heights landfill. 
ARTICLE 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Fourteen Thousand and no/ 100 ($14,000.00) Dollars for the purpose 
of inspecting certain improvements to bridges within the Town; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town transfer from Surplus Revenue (free cash) the sum of Four- 
teen Thousand and no/ 100 ($14,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of inspecting certain 
improvements to bridges within the Town. 
ARTICLE 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, a sum of money for the 
purpose of making renovations and building an addition to the Police/Fire Station 
complex on Elm Street; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town transfer from Surplus Revenue (free cash) the sum of Twenty 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of preparation of plans and 
specifications relating to renovations and a building addition to the Police/Fire Station 
complex on Elm Street. 
ARTICLE 4. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds a sum of money to pay the cost of repairing damage and providing emergency ser- 
vices relative to hurricane Gloria which occurred on September 27, 1985; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town transfer from Surplus Revenue (free cash) the sum of Sixty- 
Six Thousand, Three Hundred Ninety and no/ 100 ($66,390.00) Dollars to pay the cost 
of repairing damage and providing emergency services relative to hurricane Gloria 
which occurred on September 27, 1985. 
ARTICLE 5. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

The Moderator then recognized Mr. Peter Laugelle, Superintendent of the Tree and 
Park Department, who extended thanks to all those in the Town who assisted with the 
clean-up after hurricane Gloria. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification Bylaw 
Schedule as most recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for 1985 Annual 
Town Meeting by deleting the position "Building Inspector" and authorizing the Board 
of Selectmen to negotiate an individual employment contract for the filling of the posi- 
tion of Building Inspector; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 6. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will appropriate or transfer from available funds a 
sum of money to be added to the 1986 fiscal budgetary item "Building Inspector Per- 
sonal Services;" or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
ARTICLE 7. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Three Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty and no/100 ($3,850.00) Dollars 
to be spent by the Council of Aging for operational expenses for a senior citizen center 
for the town; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this Article be withdrawn. 
ARTICLE 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate to transfer from available 
funds the sum of Two Thousand Four Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,400.00) Dollars to be 
added to the fiscal year 1986 budgetary item "Selectmen, Personal Services" for the 
payment of services of a recording secretary; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the sum of Two Thousand Four Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,400.00) 



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Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue (free cash) to be added to the fiscal year 
1986 budgetary item "Selectmen, Personal Services" for the payment of services of a 
recording secretary. 
ARTICLE 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to amend Schedule 2 of its Personnel 
Classification Bylaw as most recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 
1985 Annual Town meeting by deleting the line "Dog Officer... $3 ,000.00" and 
substituting in its place the following "Dog Officer... $3, 120.000;" or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Schedule 2 of the Personnel Classification Bylaw as most recently 
adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1985 Annual Town Meeting be amended 
by deleting the line which reads "Dog Officer... $3, 000.00" and substituting in its place 
and stead the following line "Dog Officer... $3, 120.00." 
ARTICLE 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement made 
by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Police Association and to see 
what sum of money the Town will appropriate to effectuate the agreement; and further 
to authorize the Board of Selectmen to petition the General Court to enact special 
legislation authorizing the agreement to be retroactive to July 1, 1984 and to permit the 
payment of salary increases for the period of July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985, inclusive; or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town fund the implementation of a five (5%) percent wage increase 
for all members of the Cohasset Police Association for the 1985 and 1986 fiscal years 
and further moved that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to file a petition with the 
General Court to enact special legislation authorizing the wage increase to be effective 
as of July 1, 1984 and to permit the payment of salary increases for the period July 1, 
1984 to June 30, 1986 or to take such other steps as may be necesary to permit the pay- 
ment of salary increases for the period July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1986 inclusive and fur- 
ther to fund such increase the sum of Sixty One Thousand Eight Hundred Forty Five 
and 07/100 ($61,845.07) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue (free cash). 
ARTICLE 11. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds a sum of money to be used for the purpose of retaining a consultant to study and 
make recommendations with respect to the classification system used by the Town and 
contained in Article XI of the General Bylaws of the Personnel Classification and Com- 
pensation Plan and to perform other related services determined by the Personnel Com- 
mittee; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Eighteen Thousand and no/ 100 ($18,000.00) Dollars be 
transferred from Surplus Revenue (free cash) to be used for the purpose of retaining a 
consultant to study and make recommendations with respect to the classification system 
used by the Town and contained in Article XI of the General Bylaws — the Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plan and to perform other related services determined 
by the Personnel Committee. 
ARTICLE 12. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the taking of an easement over 
a certain parcel of land on Jerusalem Road as shown on a plan endorsed "Easement, 



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Article 13" which plan is on file with the office of the Town Clerk. The purpose of the 
easement is to make repairs to the road, including the placing of rock or other ap- 
propriate material to support an area of road and to see what sum of money the Town 
will appropriate or transfer from available funds for the purpose of acquisition of such 
easement; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town take an easement over a certain parcel of land on Jerusalem 
Road of approximately 1,300 square feet as shown on a plan endorsed "Easement, Arti- 
cle 13" which plan is on file with the office of the Town Clerk, for the purpose of mak- 
ing repairs to the road, including the placing of rock to support an area of Jerusalem 
Road; and to fund such taking, the sum of Four Thousand and no/ 100 ($4,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue (free cash) to be used for the taking 
award, legal fees and engineering expenses. 
ARTICLE 13. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 2 A vote required. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds a sum of money to be added to the fiscal year 1986 appropriation for insurance; 
MOVED: That the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand and no/100 ($250,000.00) 
Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue (free cash) to be added to the 1986 fiscal 
year appropriation for insurance coverage. 
ARTICLE 14. Voted by a voice vote. 



Article 15. To see if the Town will vote 
funds a sum of money for the purpose of 
relating to the 1985 fiscal year: 

Bill 

A.J. Bookbinder 

(Record Book) 

Alco Oil 

(Diesel Fuel) 

AT&T 

(Phone Rental) 

Arthur J. Bowman, Jr., M.D. 

(Medical Services) 

Cohasset Diesel and Gas Repair 

(Supplies for Engine III) 

Steven T. Golden, M.D. 

(Medical Services) 

LHS Associates 

(Voter Paper) 

Mass. General Hospital 

(Medical Services) 

Arnold Marglin, M.D. 

(Medical Services) 

John K. McNabb 

(Professional Services) 

Medical Equipment Services 

(Cold Packs) 

Milton Medical Center 

(Medical Services) 



to appropriate or transfer from available 
paying unpaid bills itemized below and 



Department 


Amount 


Town Clerk 


$ 53.40 


Fire Department 


187.72 


Fire Department 


82.26 


Fire Department 


270.00 


Fire Department 


372.03 


Fire Department 


51.00 


Town Clerk 


222.35 


Fire Department 


578.00 


Fire Department 


635.00 


Assessors 


1,315.00 


Fire Department 


82.40 


Fire Department 


924.00 



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Settles Glass 
(Sideview Mirror) 
Various Firefighters 
(Clothing Allowance) 
Roger A. Pompeo, M.D. 
(Medical Services) 
Cohasset Diesel & Gas Repair 
(Repair to equipment) 

TOTAL 



Tree & Park 
Fire Department 
Fire Department 
Board of Health 



10.75 



1,670.02 



45.00 



4,229.86 
10,728.79 



or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Ten Thousand Seven Hundred Twenty Eight and 79/100 
($10,728.79) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue (free cash) for the purpose of 
paying unpaid bills itemized below and relating to the 1985 fiscal year: 



Bill 

A.J. Bookbinder 

(Record Book) 

Alco Oil 

(Diesel Fuel) 

AT&T 

(Phone Rental) 

Arthur J. Bowman, Jr., M.D. 

(Medical Services) 

Cohasset Diesel and Gas Repair 

(Supplies for Engine III) 

Steven T. Golden, M.D. 

(Medical Services) 

LHS Associates 

(Voter Paper) 

Mass. General Hospital 

(Medical Services) 

Arnold Marglin, M.D. 

(Medical Services) 

John K. McNabb 

(Professional Services) 

Medical Equipment Services 

(Cold Packs) 

Milton Medical Center 

(Medical Services) 

Settles Glass 

(Sideview Mirror) 

Various Firefighters 

(Clothing Allowance) 

Roger A. Pompeo, M.D. 

(Medical Services) 

Cohasset Diesel & Gas Repair 

(Repair to equipment) 



Department 

Town Clerk 
Fire Department 
Fire Department 
Fire Department 
Fire Department 
Fire Department 
Town Clerk 
Fire Department 
Fire Department 
Assessors 
Fire Department 
Fire Department 
Tree & Park 
Fire Department 
Fire Department 
Board of Health 



Amount 



53.40 



187.72 



82.26 



270.00 



372.03 



51.00 



222.35 



578.00 



635.00 



1,315.00 



82.40 



924.00 



10.75 



1,670.02 



45.00 



4,229.86 



ARTICLE 15. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 9/10 vote required. 



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Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Massachusetts 
General Law, Chapter 71, Section 40, as amended by Chapter 188 of the Acts of 1985 to 
increase all teacher's salaries to at least Eighteen Thousand and no/ 100 ($18,000.00) 
Dollars per year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept the provisions of Massachusetts General Law, 
Chapter 71, Section 40, as amended by Chapter 188 of the Acts of 1985 to increase all 
teacher's salaries to at least Eighteen Thousand and no/100 ($18,000.00) Dollar per 
year. 
ARTICLE 16. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to accept a professional development grant 
payable on February 15, 1986, August 15, 1986, February 15, 1987 and August 15, 1987 
for the purpose of increasing teacher compensation under the provisions of Section 13 
of Chapter 188 of the Acts of 1985; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town accept a professional development grant from the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts payable on February 15, 1986, August 15, 1986, February 
15, 1987 and August 15, 1987 for the purpose of increasing teacher compensation under 
the provisions of Section 13 of Chapter 188 of the Acts of 1985 with respect to teachers 
within the Cohasset school system and teachers within the South Shore Vocational 
Technical Regional School District. 
ARTICLE 17. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Personnel Classification 
Bylaw Schedule as most recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1985 
Annual Town Meeting by striking the heading list, pay group and hours set forth below: 

"Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 
Clerk 
Clerk 

and substituting therefor: 

Deputy Collector 
Assistant Treasurer 
Bookkeeper 

and to see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer a sum of money to provide 
for the additional compensation created by amending this portion of the Personnel 
Classification Schedule; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule as most 
recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1985 Annual Town Meeting by 
striking the heading list, pay group and hours set forth below: 



"Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 
Clerk 
Clerk 

and substituting therefor: 



Deputy Collector 






Pay Group 


Hours 


C-7 


35 


C-7 


35 


C-5 


12" 


Pay Group 


Hours 


C-9 


35 


C-8 


35 


C-5 


12" 



Pay Group 


Hours 


C-7 


35 


C-7 


35 


C-5 


12" 


Pay Group 


Hours 


C-9 


35 



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Assistant Treasurer C-8 35 

Bookkeeper C-5 12" 

and further moved that the Town transfer from Surplus Revenue (free cash) the sum of 
Seven Hundred Forty Four and 92/100 ($744.92) Dollars to provide the additional com- 
pensation necessitated by amending the foregoing portion of the Personnel Classifica- 
tion Schedule. 
ARTICLE 18. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 19. To determine whether the Town, acting under the provisions of Article 
II of the Amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
commonly called the Home Rule Amendment, will vote to establish a sewer service 
district and to determine an appropriate method for establishing the boundaries of the 
district, for the purpose of assisting the Town in qualifying for Federal funding under 
the Federal Clean Water Act for implementation of its Supplemental Waste Water 
Management Facilities Plan prepared by Ward Engineering Associates, P.C.; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: To establish a sewer district (hereinafter, the "Sewer Service District"), as 
that term is used in 40 C.F.R. S35.2005(27), within the Town of Cohasset, to assist the 
Town in qualifying for funding under the Federal Clean Water Act for implementation 
of its Supplemental Wastewater Management Facilities Plan prepared by Ward 
Engineering Associates, P.C., as authorized under the provisions of Article II of the 
Amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth, commonly called the Home 
Rule Amendment. Said Sewer Service District shall be administered by the Board of 
Sewer Commissioners in the same manner as the area currently served by central sewer- 
ing is ministered. Said Sewer Service District shall be determined by the Board of Sewer 
Commissioners after public hearing. 
ARTICLE 19. Voted by a hand vote. YES 155; NO 83. 

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Thirty Thousand and no/ 100 ($30,000.00) Dollars to supplement 
funds appropriated under Article 12 of the 1984 Special Town Meeting for legal fees 
and related expenses incurred and to be incurred during the 1986 fiscal year by special 
town counsel, Goodwin, Proctor and Hoar, and the Sewer Commission relating to the 
prosecution and defense of various actions and appeals arising out of the Town's waste 
water management problems and* pursuit of alternative solutions thereto; the expen- 
diture of these funds and payment of statements relating to these services shall on each 
occasion be subject to the prior approval of the Board of Selectmen and the Sewer 
Commission voting jointly; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town transfer from Surplus Revenue (free cash) the sum of Thirty 
Thousand and no/ 100 ($30,000.00) Dollars to supplement funds appropriated under 
Article 12 of the 1984 Special Town Meeting for legal fees and related expenses incurred 
and to be incurred during the 1986 fiscal year by special town counsel, Goodwin, Proc- 
tor and Hoar, and the Sewer Commission relating to the prosecution and defense of 
various actions and appeals arising out of the Town's waste water management pro- 
blems and pursuit of alternative solutions thereto; the expenditure of these funds and 
payment of statements relating to these services shall on each occasion be subject to the 
prior approval of the Board of Selectmen and the Sewer Commissions voting jointly. 
ARTICLE 20. Voted by a voice vote. 



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Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Bylaw by adding 
thereto a new Section 9A immediately following the present section 9 which shall be 
identified and provide as follows: 

"Section 9— WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION BUILDING MORATORIUM 
DISTRICT. 

9A.1. Preamble. 

Whereas, the health, welfare and safety of the residents of the town is dependent upon 

an adequate water supply; and 

Whereas, continued development in the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 
District may adversely affect the Town's water supply; and 

Whereas, adverse effects of continued development would include but not be limited to 
contamination of the water supply by excessive levels of nitrate; and 

Whereas, the Town meeting by vote taken on June 18, 1984, has appropriated the sum 
of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars to retain the services of a con- 
sulting engineer to provide relevant data with regard to the Town's water supply area 
and to assist in the preparation of a water supply area protection By-Law; and 

Whereas, the Board of Selectmen has appointed a Watershed Area Protection Commit- 
tee to investigate and study the Town's water supply area and to recommend Bylaws 
and/or regulations to protect the Town's water supply; and 

Whereas, it is desired to protect the Town's water supply while the aforementioned 
studies are being undertaken and to provide an orderly opportunity for the studies to be 
completed. 

9A.2. Location 

The Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District is located as shown on a 
plan entitled "Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts Map of Proposed Moratorium Area" 
prepared by Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc. and dated Sept. 1985 (hereinafter referred to 
as the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District Map), and filed in the Of- 
fice of the Town Clerk, which plan, together with all explanatory matters thereon and 
amendments thereto, is hereby incorporated by reference and made a part of this 
Bylaw. 

9A.3. Relation to Districts. 

For the purposes of this Bylaw, the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 
District shall be considered as superimposed on the other districts shown on the Zoning 
Map and any building, structure, use of land included within the Water Supply Protec- 
tion Building Moratorium District shall also be deemed to be within the particular 
district or districts in which it is located, as shown on the Zoning Map, and shall be sub- 
ject to all the restrictions and regulations of said particular district or districts in addi- 
tion to those set forth in this Section. 

9 A. 4. Boundaries. 

The location of the boundary lines of the Water Supply Protection Building 

Moratorium District as shown on the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 

District Map shall be determined in the same manner as hereinbefore set forth in Section 

3.3 for determining the location of boundary lines of the districts shown on the Zoning 

Map. 



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9A.5. Prohibited Uses. 

A. In the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District, no building shall be 
constructed, or substantially reconstructed, erected or otherwise placed or moved for 
any purpose, until January 1, 1987. For the purposes of this subsection, the words 
"substantially reconstructed" shall mean a single construction project which involves 
the renovation of 50 percent of the existing floor space of an existing building; or the 
addition of floor space to an existing building that results in an increase of total floor 
space of 50 percent or more in excess of the floor space that existed prior to the con- 
struction of the addition. 

B. In the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District, no topographical 
alterations that would result in the change of drainage patterns, or the installation of 
impervious surfaces on private ways servicing two or more residential and/ or commer- 
cial buildings or the installation of utilities servicing two or more residential and/ or 
commercial buildings shall take place until January 1, 1987. 

9 A. 6. Special Permit. 

A. Any person seeking relief from the provisions of this Section may submit an applica- 
tion for a special permit to the Board of Appeals. The application shall be in such form 
as is specified in Section 9.6.2 of this By-Law. 

B. No construction, substantial reconstruction, erection, movement, or placement of a 
building and no topograhical alteration that changes drainage patterns, installation of 
impervious surfaces on private ways servicing two or more residential and/ or commer- 
cial buildings or the installation of utilities servicing two or more residential and/or 
commercial buildings shall be allowed unless the applicant demonstrates by affirmative 
evidence that the proposed building, topographical alteration, surfacing or installation 
and any related septic system will not have an adverse impact on surface or subsurface 
public water supplies. 

9 A. 7. Reference to Other Boards. 

Within Seven (7) days after receipt of the application for a special permit under this Sec- 
tion, the Board of Appeals shall transmit copies thereof, together with copies of the ac- 
companying plans to the Board of Health, the Planning Board, the Conservation Com- 
mission, and the Board of Water Commissioners, and the Watershed Area Protection 
Committee. All such Boards shall investigate the applications and report in writing their 
recommendations to the Board of Appeals. The Board of Appeals shall not take final 
action on such application until it has received a report from the Board of Health, the 
Planning Board, the Conservation Commission, the Board of Water Commissioners, 
and the Watershed Area Protection Committee, or until said Boards have allowed 
Thirty Five (35) days to elapse after receipt of such application without submission of a 
report. 

9 A. 8. Conditions of Permit. 

In granting a special permit under this Section, the Board of Appeals shall impose con- 
ditions specially designed to safeguard the property, health, and safety of occupants of 
the premises and of other land, and to insure conformity with the purposes of this Sec- 
tion and this Bylaw, which may include conditions as to: 1) placement of the building 
or structure, 2) type of foundation, 3) elevation of floors, 4) method of anchoring 
building to foundation, 5) design of drainage system and private sewage disposal 
system, 6) area and depth of any excavation, 7) area, depth, and composition of any fill, 
8) occupancy of building, and 9) certification of performance by a registered profes- 



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sional engineer or land surveyor."; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend the Zoning By-Law by adding thereto a new Section 
9A immediately following the present section 9 and which shall be identified and pro- 
vide as follows: 

"Section 9— WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION BUILDING MORATORIUM 
DISTRICT. 

9A.1. Preamble. 

Whereas, the health, welfare and safety of the residents of the town is dependent upon 

an adequate water supply; and 

Whereas, continued development in the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 
District may adversely affect the Town's water supply; and 

Whereas, adverse effects of continued development would include but not be limited to 
contamination of the water supply by excessive levels of nitrate; and 

Whereas, the Town meeting by vote taken on June 18, 1984, has appropriated the sum 
of Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars to retain the services of a con- 
sulting engineer to provide relevant data with regard to the Town's water supply area 
and to assist in the preparation of a water supply area protection Bylaw; and 

Whereas, the Board of Selectmen has appointed a Watershed Area Protection Commit- 
tee to investigate and study the Town's water supply area and to recommend Bylaws 
and/or regulations to protect the Town's water supply; and 

Whereas, it is desired to protect the Town's water supply while the aforementioned 
studies are being undertaken and to provide an orderly opportunity for the studies to be 
completed. 

9 A. 2. Location. 

The Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District is located as shown on a 
plan entitled "Town of Cohasset, Massachusetts Map of Proposed Moratorium Area" 
prepared by Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc. and dated Sept. 1985 (hereinafter referred to 
as the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District Map), and filed in the Of- 
fice of the Town Clerk, which plan, together with all explanatory matters thereon and 
amendments thereto, is hereby incorporated by reference and made a part of this 
Bylaw. 

9A.3. Relation to Districts. 

For the purposes of this Bylaw, the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 
District shall be considered as superimposed on the other districts shown on the Zoning 
Map and any building, structure, use of land included within the Water Supply Protec- 
tion Building Moratorium District shall also be deemed to be within the particular 
district or districts in which it is located, as shown on the Zoning Map, and shall be sub- 
ject to all the restrictions and regulations of said particular district or districts in addi- 
tion to those set forth in this Section. 

9 A. 4. Boundaries. 

The location of the boundary lines of the Water Supply Protection Building 

Moratorium District as shown on the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium 

District Map shall be determined in the same manner as hereinbefore set forth in Section 

3.3 for determining the location of boundary lines of the districts shown on the Zoning 

Map. 



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9A.5. Prohibited Uses. 

A. In the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District, no building shall be 
constructed, or substantially reconstructed, erected or otherwise placed or moved for 
any purpose, until January 1, 1987. For the purposes of this subsection, the words 
"substantially reconstructed" shall mean a single construction project which involves 
the renovation of 50 percent of the existing floor space of an existing building; or the 
addition of floor space to an existing building that results in an increase of total floor 
space of 50 percent or more in excess of the floor space that existed prior to the con- 
struction of the addition. 

B. In the Water Supply Protection Building Moratorium District, no topographical 
alterations that would result in the change of drainage patterns, or the installation of 
impervious surfaces on private ways servicing two or more residential and/ or commer- 
cial buildings or theinstallation of utilities servicing two or more residential and/or com- 
mercial buildings shall take place until January 1, 1987. 

9 A. 6. Special Permit. 

A. Any person seeking relief from the provisions of this Section may submit an applica- 
tion for a special permit to the Board of Appeals. The application shall be in such form 
as is specified in Section 9.6.2 of this By-Law. 

B. No construction, substantial reconstruction, erection, movement, or placement of a 
building and no topograhical alteration that changes drainage patterns, installation of 
impervious surfaces on private ways servicing two or more residential and/or commer- 
cial buildings or the installation of utilities servicing two or more residential and/or 
commercial buildings shall be allowed unless the applicant demonstrates by affirmative 
evidence that the proposed building, topographical alteration, surfacing or installation 
and any related septic system will not have an adverse impact on surface or subsurface 
public water supplies. 

9 A. 7. Reference to Other Boards. 

Within Seven (7) days after receipt of the application for a special permit under this Sec- 
tion, the Board of Appeals shall transmit copies thereof, together with copies of the ac- 
companying plans to the Board of Health, the Planning Board, the Conservation Com- 
mission, and the Board of Water Commissioners, and the Watershed Area Protection 
Committee. All such Boards shay investigate the applications and report in writing their 
recommendations to the Board of Appeals. The Board of Appeals shall not take final 
action on such application until it has received a report from the Board of Health, the 
Planning Board, the Conservation Commission, the Board of Water Commissioners, 
and the Watershed Area Protection Committee, or until said Boards have allowed 
Thirty Five (35) days to elapse after receipt of such application without submission of a 
report. 

9 A . 8. Conditions of Permit. 

In granting a special permit under this Section, the Board of Appeals shall impose con- 
ditions specially designed to safeguard the property, health, and safety of occupants of 
the premises and of other land, and to insure conformity withthe purposes of this Sec- 
tion and this Bylaw, which may include conditions as to: 1) placement of the building 
or structure, 2) type of foundation, 3) elevation of floors, 4) method of anchoring 
building to foundation, 5) design of drainage system and private sewage disposal 
system, 6) area and depth of any excavation, 7) area, depth, and composition of any fill, 
8) occupancy of building, and 9) certification of performance by a registered profes- 



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sional engineer or land surveyor." 

ARTICLE 21. Voted on a hand count YES 198; NO 15. 2 A vote required. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 5— AREA REGULA- 
TIONS, of the Zoning Bylaw by striking therefrom Subsections 5.2.7. and 5.2.8. and 
substituting in their place and stead the following Subsections 5.2.7. and 5.2.8.: 

"5.2. 7. A fence, hedge, wall or other enclosing structure may be located 
on the perimenter or within a non-corner lot provided that it shall not ex- 
ceed a height of four (4) feet within thirty (30) feet of the front lot line and 
further provided that it shall not exceed a height of six (6) feet in the re- 
maining area of the lot. 

A fence, hedge, wall or other enclosing structure within the lot line may be 
maintained on a corner lot, provided that it shall not, at intersecting streets, 
obstruct visual clearance between three (3) feet and ten (10) feet above the 
grade of the street in the area formed by the curb lines and a straight line 
joining said curb lines at points which are twenty- five (25) feet measured 
from the intersection of the curb lines. Where curbs do not exist, the lines 
shall be where such curb would be required if built. 

5.2.8. No open storage or display of goods, products or materials, or 
equipment, no gasoline pump, vending machine or similar commercial 
device and no structure, except for a flag pole, utility pole, light pole, 
mailbox, fence, hedge, wall or enclosing structure shall be located nearer to 
any side or rear lot line than either fifteen (15) feet or the permitted set back 
distance for a building on the lot, whichever distance is lesser;" or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 22. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 4— USE REGULA- 
TIONS, of the Zoning Bylaw by striking therefrom, Subsection 4.2., Applicability of 
Use Regulations, and substituting in its place and stead the following Subsection 4.1.: 

"4.1. Applicability of Use Regulations. No building, structure, or land 
shall be used or occupied, in whole or in part, except for one or more of the 
proposed permitted purposes in its district; provided that the proposed use 
and/or occupancy conforms, and only so long as it continues to conform, 
with all the other provisions of this Bylaw"; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

ARTICLE 23. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General 
Bylaws— SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 32 which 
shall read as follows: 

"Section 32. The Board of Selectmen shall have the authority by regula- 
tion to establish reasonable operation hours and hours of delivery for retail 
establishments within the Town of Cohasset, which regulations shall be 
duly promulgated, published in a newspaper circulated within the Town of 
Cohasset for a period of three (3) consecutive weeks and filed with the 



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Town Clerk; and such regulations shall be reasonably calculated to protect 

the health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the Town of Cohasset 

and shall be uniformally applied;" or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article VII of the General By-Laws— SAFETY AND PUBLIC 

ORDER, be amended by adding thereto a new Section 32 which shall provide as 

follows: 

"Section 32. The Board of Selectmen shall have the authority by regula- 
tion to establish reasonable operating hours for retail establishments within 
the Town of Cohasset, which regulations shall be duly promulgated, 
published in a newspaper circulated within the Town of Cohasset for a 
period of three (3) consecutive weeks and filed with the Town Clerk; and 
such regulations shall be reasonably calculated to protect the health, safety 
and welfare of the inhabitants of the Town of Cohasset and shall be unifor- 
mally applied. 
ARTICLE 24. Defeated by a voice vote. Voice vote was challenged by more than (7) 
seven voters. Accordingly a hand vote was held resulting in the article being approved 
by a hand vote. YES 121; NO 87. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 2, Subsection (a) (vi) of 
Article IX of the General By-Laws— HARBOR by striking the date "June 1" and 
substituting in its place and stead the date "April 1;" or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 2, Subsection (a) (vi), of Article IX of the General By-Laws— 
HARBOR be amended by striking the date "June 1" and substituting in its place and 
stead the date "April 1." 
ARTICLE 25. Voted unanimoulsy by a voice vote. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to transfer Two Thousand One Hundred 
and Seventy Five and no/100 ($2,175.00) Dollars as its share of matching funds to a 
local aid grant from the Executive Office of Communities and Development to be used 
to train department heads in employee evaluation and to publish a booklet with respect 
thereto; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Two Thousand One Hundred and Seventy Five and no/ 100 
($2,175.00) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue (free cash) be used as the 
Town's share of matching funds to a local aid grant from the Executive Office of Com- 
munities and Development relating to training department heads, employee evaluation 
and publishing a booklet relating thereto. 
ARTICLE 26. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 27. To see whether the Town of Cohasset will vote to accept General Law, 
Chapter 64G, Section 3a to impose a local room occupancy excise at the rate of up to 
Four (4%) percent; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 64G, Section 3a 
to impose a local room occupancy excise at the rate of Four (4%) percent. 
ARTICLE 27. Defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Ten Thousand and no/ 100 ($10,000.00) Dollars to be added to the 
fiscal year 1986 Appropriation, Planning Board, Engineering Services; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That the sum of Ten Thousand and no/100 ($10,000.00) Dollars be transfer- 
red from Surplus Revenue (free cash) to be added to the fiscal year 1986 Appropriation 
"Planning Board, Engineering Services." 
ARTICLE 28. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That this Special Town Meeting be dissolved. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 10:55 P.M. 

A True Copy 

ATTEST: 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 
Cohasset, MA 02025 






Vital Statistics 

Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths Recorded in 1985 

BIRTHS 

The number of births recorded were sixty eight. Of the sixty eight born in the year 
1985 all the parents were residents of Cohasset. There were thirty three males and thirty 
five females. 

MARRIAGES 

The total number of marriages for 1985 was sixty eight. Fifty were solemnized in 
Cohasset during the current year. 

DEATHS 

Total number of deaths was eighty four including residents of Cohasset who died 
elsewhere and non-residents who died in Cohasset, of the sixty three who were residents 
of Cohasset, forty-one were females and forty three males. 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk 
Cohasset, MA 02025 



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Births for the Year 1985 



Date 


Name of Child 


January 




3 


Meaghan Christine Rizzotti 


19 


Nathaniel Rowe Wilcox 


19 


David William Ingber 


25 


Kelsey Ault Abbruzzese 


31 


Courtney Anne MacDonald 


31 


Carolyn Jane McLaughlin 


February 


2 


Michael Alan Charles Snowdale 


4 


Elizabeth Paige Harris 


15 


Kristin Reeve Creighton 


22 


Jacob William Hoss 


27 


Robert Arthur Lehr 


28 


John William Mulcahy 


March 




6 


Steven Ralston Brigham 


12 


Emily Ann Dean 


15 


Anna Jane Murphy 


16 


Mary Elizabeth Devaney 


20 


Samantha Ann Keough 


29 


Marc Daniel Beneduci 


31 


Ashley Elizabeth Davis 


April 




4 


Samantha Emilie Piro 


5 


Dustin James Wonnell 


6 


Crystal Anne James 


6 


John David Friedman 


21 


Margaret Campbell Phelps 


21 


Jesie Matheson Barilaro 


21 


Leah Caldwell Barilaro 


May 




1 


Mathew Joseph Bonzagni 


3 


Nicole Christina Needle 


8 


Jared Dana Waitkus 


9 


Abigail Barbara Fay 


10 


Eric Jay Kertzman 


23 


Kelly Lynn Holway 


29 


Matthew Gerald Rouch 


June 




2 


Daniel Joseph Roth 


3 


Seth Lewis Cutler 


4 


Alexis Nicole Bugley 


6 


Warren Ethington Collins, V 


12 


David Howard Curry, III 


12 


John Maura Figueiredo 


23 


Deanna Marie Brown 


25 


Taylor Leete O'Brien 


26 


Brian Ellis Litchfield 


28 


Andres Mills Evans Guild 



Parents 



Mothers Maiden Name 



William Anthony and Susan Patricia (Hayes) 
Kenneth Parmelee and Ruth Marie (La Brie) 
Kenneth and Selma Joyce (Tennebaum) 
Christopher John and Katherine Esther (Ault) 
Daniel Francis and Anne Frances (Sennett) 
Joseph Edward and Marianne Elizabeth (Lewis) 

Alan Charles and Linda Ann (Herzog) 
Robert Perry III and Karen (Goldberg) 
Jonathan Riggs and Eleanora (Werlich) 
Paul Theodore and Diane Beverly (Lehy) 
Philip Arthur and Jo Anne (Wido) 
Stephen Edward Jr. and Pamela Ruth (Flibotte) 

Steven Wimberly and Leslie Page (Jones) 
John Hooper and Christina Marie (Cline) 
Robert Joseph and Judithann (Ojerholm) 
John Charles and Melissa Kathleen (McDonough) 
Douglas Andrew and Marcia Karen (Stephens) 
James Francis and Bonnie Joan (Borton) 
Reese Hunter III and Cathy (Sullivan) 

Robert Anthony and Mary (Swahnberg) 
Kent Hitchcock and Lista Ellen LeQuire 
Gregory Michael and Christine Marie (Bonanno) 
Mark Lewis and Mary Carole (Gabriel) 
William Luers and Margaret Ann (Crull) 
John and Elizabeth Matheson (Henrique) 
John and Elizabeth Matheson (Henrique) 

Craig Timothy and Patricia Elayne (O'Malley) 
William Joseph and Pamela Anne (Mooney) 
Dana Jonathon and Kym Allyne (Figuieredo) 
Christopher Wayne and Elizabeth (Brownfield) 
Harvey and Bernice Fay (Drobnis) 
David O'Malley and Holly Lynn (Hupman) 
William Edward and Carla Kay (Curtis) 

Kenneth John and Colleen Elizabeth (Snowden) 
Edward Clifford and Amy Lewis (Johnston) 
Richard Lee and Cheryl Dana (Hendrick) 
Warren Ethington IV and Sarah Mary (Whitney) 
David Howard Jr. and Mary Elizabeth (Byrd) 
James Perry and Judith Ann (Watts) 
Richard H. and Gina M. (Forman) 
Emmett Garnet and Susan Butler (Andrews) 
Peter Anthony and Linda Marie (Curley) 
Edward Mills Jr. and Alexandra Durkee (Evans) 



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July 

1 William Arthur Miller 

1 Julie Claire Miller 

3 Molly Catherine Beers 

5 Kerri Elizabeth Costa 

6 Nicole Maria Plante 

11 Christy Peter Mihos, III 

17 Chrisann Loren Peters 

19 John Tower Durkin 
23 Curtis Paul Kahn 

25 Yasmine Aimee Afshar 

26 Benjamin Lee Parzanese Brisson 

August 

20 Christina Emily Sadler 

21 Kayvon Michael Tehranian 
25 Tobias Tilghman Work 

September 



6 


Amanda Rose Maynard 


18 


Scott Andrew McArthur 


30 


Dres Christian Massa- Williams 


October 




2 


Laura Ashley Marks 


13 


Johnna Colleen Redick 


14 


Alessandra Fulciniti 


21 


Christopher James Clark 


25 


Sean Michael Walsh Connolly 


November 


11 


Shawn Michael Quinn 


20 


Sarah May Hassan 


20 


Garrett Weston Bates 


22 


Matthew Robert Chisholm 


23 


Michael Anthony Hajjar 


30 


Karina Marie Blakeman 


December 


3 


Dennis Michael Dooley, Jr. 


9 


Justin Damiano Truglia 



Marshall Richard and Wendy Jeanne (Handrahan) 

Marshall Richard and Wendy Jeanne (Handrahan) 

Ralph Turner and Maureen Ann (Leral) 

William Keith and Lisa Margaret (Gunville) 

Patrick Alfred Jr. and Mary Florence (Frugoli) 

Christy Peter and Andrea (Angeros) 

Jeffrey Scott and Olivia (Lugo) 

John Thomas and Shelanne S. (Sladen) 

Ely Jacques III and Rose Mary (Vella) 

Nader Ali and Constance Marie (Gates) 

Michael Philip and Joan Lee (Parzanese) 

John Edward and Oriana (Tempesta) 
Reza and Susan Elizabeth (Quimby) 
Frederick Carlton Tilghman and Mary Leilani 
(Coute) 

Steven Lincoln and Kimberly Rose (Salvador) 
William Henry and Rebecca Myra (Bates) 
Ronald Patrick Massa and Donna Jean (Williams) 

David Roger Jr. and Kathleen Mary (Adams) 
Richard James and Florence Joanne (Keating) 
Mario and Maria Lucia (Marcella) 
Douglas Sherman and Melissa Lee (Bowman) 
Edward Joseph and Mary Elizabeth (Walsh) 

Brian James and Mary Elizabeth (Tobin) 

David Allan and Julianna (Dean) 

Stanley W. and Debra A. (Lang) 

Robert Joseph and Lisa Patricia (Wolfert) 

Steven Francis and Jean Dolores (DeAngelo) 

William Frederick and Maresa Solanoy (Anacleto) 

Dennis Michael and Diane Joyce (Howorth) 
Damiano and Giuliana R. (Marcella) 






BIRTHS NOT REPORTED IN 1984 



Date Name of Child Parents 

March 

25 Amanda Jin Hee Cellucci Daniel C. and Judith (Pino) 

August 

14 Therese Marie Gilman 



Mothers Maiden Name 



Jeffrey Michael and Elizabeth Anne (Hughes) 

Peter Louis and Michelina (Gioia) 
" BEFORE REPORTED AND CORRECTIONS. 



December 

28 Alexander Michael Berg 



1966 

November 

10 David MacDonald 



Joseph W. and Agnes M. (Molloy) 



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Marriages for the Year 1985 

January 19 at Cohasset, Warren E. Collins IV of Cohasset and Sarah M. Whitney of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

February 9 at Cohasset, Robert H. Koelb of Dearborn, MI and Marie E. McCluskey of Dearborn, 
MI, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

February 14 at Cohasset, Bruce David MacDonald of Cohasset and Christine Carol Rowe of 
Cohasset, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

April 2 at Cohasset, John C. McLaughlin, Jr. of Cohasset and Judith L. Belson of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Edward M. Fleming, Justice of the Peace. 

April 13 at Cohasset, John Joseph Hayes III of Boston, MA and Kaye Marie Manly of Boston, 
MA, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 4 at Cohasset, John E. Niland of Cohasset and Beth Ann McCool of Cohasset, married by 
John M. Benbow, Minister. 

May 5 at Cohasset, Francis X. Mahoney, Jr. of Cohasset and Lori Ann McGovern of Hingham, 
MA, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 1 1 at Cohasset, John Douglas Wilsterman of Allendale, NJ and Amy MacLure of Cohasset, 
married by E. Clifford Cutler, Clergyman. 

May 25 at Cohasset, F. James Sweitzer of Belgrade, MT and Diana Long of Belgrade, MT, mar- 
ried by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 1 at Cohasset, Henry Frederick Hagemann, III of Marion, MA and Jennifer Cassedy Maire 
of Cohasset, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 1 at Scituate, Joseph J. Sullivan, Jr. of Weymouth, MA and Linda L. Rosenberger of 
Weymouth, MA, married by George A. Hodgkins, Minister. 

June 1 at Cohasset, Jerome A. Whitney, III of Cohasset and Ann Marie O'Rourke of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 8 at Cohasset, Mark Edward Ward of Cohasset and Elizabeth Dorna Whittemore of 
Cohasset, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 9 at Cohasset, Mark W. Moeller of Weymouth, MA and Dyanne Lee Syrmopoulos of 
Cohasset, married by Constantine Mendrinos, Priest. 

June 15 at Cohasset, David John Seraikas of Hopkinton, MA and Beth Anne Donahue of 
Cohasset, married by John J. O'Callaghan, Priest. 

June 15 at Cohasset, Gerd Laudien of Nashua, NH and Carolyn Buckeridge of Reading, MA, 
married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

June 22 at Cohasset, Dennis Francis Burke of Maiden, MA and Diane Elizabeth Zampine of No. 
Scituate, MA, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 22 at Cohasset, Joseph R. Gardner of Cohasset and Charlene K. Jones of Cohasset, married 
by Marian F. Brown, Justice of the Peace. 

June 23 at Cohasset, Phillip S. Atkinson of Bridgeport, CT and Grace I. Powers of Bridgeport, 
Ct, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

July 4 at Hingham, H. Todd Eachus of Cohasset and Carolyn Sammon of Cohasset, married by 
Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

July 20 at Hingham, Steven F. Wojtal of Oberlin, OH and Wendy Kozol of Oberlin, OH, married 
by Vera Wingler Hubbard, Justice of the Peace. 

July 20 at Scituate, Kenneth A. Merritt of Weymouth, MA and Billie J. Hickey of Weymouth, 
MA, married by Brian Rice McCarthy, Clergyman. 



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July 27 at Cohasset, Christopher Alfred Scholz of Durham, NC and Carrie Hatheway Holt of 
Durham, NC, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

August 4 at Cohasset, James E. Vivian of Quincy, MA and Lisa O'Toole of Cohasset, married by 
Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

August 10 at Cohasset, Thomas P. Hanley of Avon, NJ and Nancy M. Kelley of New York, NY, 
married by Joseph E. Ryan, Priest. 

August 10 at Cohasset, Lawrence M. Evans of Wollaston, MA and Darilynn Ann O'Neill of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

August 1 1 at Cohasset, John Joseph Paradiso of Cohasset and Sylvia Carolyne Smith of Cohasset, 
married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

August 17 at Cohasset, Robert Francis Sullivan of Cohasset and Jacqueline Carol Addis of 
Charlestown, MA, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

August 25 at Cohasset, Charles Edgar Dunne of Wichita, Kansas and Liane Emmons of Wichita, 
Kansas, married by Joseph E. Ryan, Priest. 

August 25 at Cohasset, Philip James Meehan of Norwell, MA and Jennifer Thompson of 
Cohasset, married by John H. Myers, Priest. 

August 31 at Cohasset, James Raymond Finch of Imperial Beach, CA and Christine French of Im- 
perial Beach, CA, married by John G. Maheras, Pastor. 

August 31 at Hingham, Dean William DiGregorio of Brockton, MA and Teresa C. Campedelli of 
Cohasset, married by Leonard Fisher, Justice of the Peace. 

September 7 at Hanover, Brian J. Mclnnis of Hanover, MA and Jolie Ranee Kowal of Cohasset, 
married by Henry F. Doherty, Priest. 

September 7 at Cohasset, James Allen Hagler, Jr. of Durham, NH and Heather Grace Carroll of 
Durham, NH, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Clergyman. 

September 7 at Cohasset, Thomas R. Lemaire of Cohasset and Leslie A. Klier of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 8 at Cohasset, Charles J. Vranas of No. Quincy, MA and Kimberly A. Corcoran of 
Braintree, MA, married by John G. Maheras, Pastor. 

September 14 at Cohasset, Michael J. Foye of Waltham, MA and Ann Whelan of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

September 14 at Cohasset, Robert Swain of Cohasset and Lisa Ann DiTullio of Cohasset, married 
by Robert J. Ripley, Clergyman. 

September 14 at Cohasset, Thomas G. Walsh, Sr of Cohasset and Susan Connors of Cohasset, 
married by Joseph E. Ryan, Priest. 

September 14 at Cohasset, Robert Eugene Healy of Cohasset and Patricia Jean Hevey of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 15 at Burlington, Brian Louis James of Cohasset and Therese A. Connolly of Burl- 
ington, MA, married by John R. Crispo, Priest. 

September 20 at Cohasset, William John Coleman of Cohasset and Deborah Marie Regan of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 21 at Cohasset, John DeVries Curtiss of Seattle, Washington, and Beverly Ann 
McLaughlin of N. Brunswick, NJ, married by G. William McLaughlin, Justice of the Peace. 

September 22 at Cohasset, Robert P. Lindsey of Cohasset and Pamela F. Galligan of Cohasset, 
married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

September 28 at Cohasset, Leo Bernard Strangis of Rockland, MA and Lisa Anne McAdams of 
Rockland, MA, married by Joseph E. Ryan, Priest. 



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September 28 at Hyde Park, Edwin C. Brown, Jr. of Coahsset and Susan R. Palladino of Hyde 
Park, MA, married by Joseph Scorzello, Jr., Priest. 

September 28 at Marshfield, William Allen Brown of Cohasset and Jeannie E. Lees of Cohasset, 
married by Arthur P. O'Leary, Priest. 

October 5 at Marshfield, Paul Cogill of Cohasset and Carol MacLean of Cohasset, married by 
Maureen Young, Minister. 

October 5 at Cohasset, James C. Dean of Pomfret Center, CT and Polly J. Curley of Cohasset, 
married by Seraphin A. Sullivan, Roman Catholic Priest. 

October 5 at Cohasset, Michael R. Farwell of Hull, MA and Jennifer A. Carroll of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

October 6 at Braintree, Curtis Warren Samalzel of Cohasset and Candace Mae Ford of Braintree, 
MA, married by Robert J. Ripley, Clergyman. 

October 12 at Cohasset, John Emerson Hood of Scituate, MA and Karen Lee VanEtten of 
Scituate, MA, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Clergyman. 

October 12 at Cohasset, William A. MacDonald of Braintree, MA and Lynne M. O'Hearn of 
Cohasset, married by John F. Fitzgerald, Priest. 

October 12 at Scituate, Jon E. Palm of Cohasset and Shelly Ann Chaston of Cohasset, married by 
Clinton P. Spinney, Justice of the Peace. 

October 12 at Cohasset, George A. Cordeiro of Scituate, MA and Barbara C. Burnham of 
Scituate, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

October 12 at Cohasset, Mark K. Winchester of Cohasset and Marian P. Lynch of Scituate, MA, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

October 13 at Cohasset, Philip Thomas Hamilton of Princeton, ME and Susan Mary McArthur of 
Waterville, ME, married by E. Clifford Cutler, Clergyman. 

October 13 at Cohasset, James Runey of Cohasset and Carol B. Dittrick of Cohasset, married by 
John M. Benbow, Minister. 

October 19 at Scituate, John P. Bird of Scituate and Lori Ann Litzinger of Scituate, married by 
Charles E. Salamone, Priest. 

October 27 at Scituate, Ronald J. Mackey of Scituate, MA and Sandra E. Kenton of Scituate, 
MA, married by Edward M. Fleming, Justice of the Peace. 

November 9 at Hull, William James Polito of Hingham, MA and June Marie Kable of Taunton, 
MA, married by Stephen B. Rock, Priest. 

November 9 at Norwell, R. Lee Wiggs of Stoughton, MA and Kathryn Ann Picton of Cohasset, 
married by David C. Norling, Minister of the Gospel. 

November 10 at Weymouth, Patrick D. Keane of Arlington, MA and Karen P. Ganley of 
Weymouth, MA, married by Joseph Robinson, Priest. 

November 16 at Cohasset, Tim Adams of Weymouth, MA and Coleen M. Colburn of Weymouth, 
MA, married by Joseph E. Ryan, Priest. 

November 16 at Cohasset, Richard F. Slowey of Cohasset and Mary R. Broderick of Cohasset, 
married by E. Clifford Cutler, Clergyman. 

MARRIAGES NOT REPORTED IN 1984 

June 24, 1984 at Cohasset, Charles G. Downing of Wollaston, MA and Giuseppina DeVito of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 



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Deaths for the Year 1985 



Date 


Name 


January 




8 


Francis Elgin Luckett 


12 


Richard Newcomb Lincoln 


24 


Joseph E. Prendergast 


February 




1 


Borghild Lyman 


6 


James Russell Patterson 


8 


C. Kenneth Chatfield 


10 


Howard Paul Geddes, Jr. 


15 


Josephine E. Rosano 


15 


Edith Boardman 


16 


John L. Muldoon 


19 


Jeanne H. Gwinn 


20 


Lillian H. Conviser 


21 


Percy Alan Marvel 


28 


MaryE. King 


March 




1 


Edna S. Quinn 


2 


Walter B. Egan 


12 


Alfred W.Friel 


12 


Desiree Ariel Yess 


18 


Gertrude Rose McAdams 


22 


Seanna Mila O'Leary 


22 


William Singer 


24 


Albert M. Hunt 


26 


Isabel R. Anderson 


26 


Edgar S. Sargent 


27 


Harold J. Brigham 


29 


Joan M. McCullough 


30 


Sarah Eleanor Heywood 


31 


Charles Edward Spalt 


31 


Josephine Dee 


April 




1 


Norma C. Trainer 


7 


Russell H. Dyer 


8 


May J. Priestley 


10 


Richard Lincoln Creesy 


12 


Patsy Claiborne 


12 


Catherine F. Cotter 


13 


Ralph P. Rockwood 


27 


William Emmons 


May 




9 


Daniel J. Armstrong 


10 


Paul J. Rocray 


26 


Elizabeth Osgood Tower 


June 




17 


Walter F. Phipps 


21 


Rose F. Harris 


30 


Elizabeth E. Cooke 



Years 



Months 



Days 



82 


11 


22 


78 


3 


24 


62 


11 


10 


94 


7 


26 


81 


7 


11 


84 


8 


11 


80 


11 


16 


70 


3 


6 


95 





17 


76 


10 


29 


62 


9 


20 


84 


2 


29 


83 


5 


10 


50 


9 


20 


87 


7 


, 


75 


11 


7 


75 


9 


13 


13 


9 


10 


81 


9 


23 


13 


9 


13 


73 


10 


16 


86 


1 


18 


86 


1 


21 


70 


10 


25 


88 


6 


26 


53 


8 


8 


81 


5 


21 


56 


4 


5 


81 


8 


29 


102 


6 


15 


81 


8 


15 


98 


7 


5 


92 


3 


16 


81 


7 


14 


57 


10 


11 


89 


11 


20 


86 


2 


8 


92 


4 





78 


11 


27 


97 


2 


7 


64 


10 


14 


86 


4 





95 


6 


5 



— 128 — 



July 




2 


Sandra W. Conklin 


8 


Maxwell Harris 


12 


Winifred E. Greene 


13 


Theodore W. Haskell 


16 


Marjorie Davis 


19 


Francis William Cooper 


22 


Octavia M. Haines 


August 




3 


Mark Leo Delaney 


7 


Charles W. Rose 


9 


John T. Ryan 


12 


Evelyn G. Abbott 


26 


Joseph B. Flynn 


26 


John Spencer Duncombe 


28 


Margarita E. Burns 


September 




1 


Joseph Norman Wright 


2 


Philip Salvaggi 


6 


Helena R. Hubin 


20 


Arthur Edward Nilssoh 


21 


Minnie Amanda Andrews 


24 


Virginia A. Reo 


26 


Donald Spear Lord 


28 


Edith L. Palm 


October 




3 


IdellaHorsefield 


7 


James Allen Hagler 


9 


Roy E. MacLean 


9 


Rose MacLean 


21 


Sarah Jeanne Banziger 


22 


Stephen Perry 


26 


Philip Donnell, Jr. 


30 


Mary B. Kierce 


November 




9 


James Paul Infusino 


18 


Mabel Larson 


21 


Carlo Conte 


27 


Genevieve Jones 


December 




4 


Elizabeth W. Warren 


10 


Kenneth E. Thayer 


11 


Maria Laura Mello 


23 


Mary Ann Calorio 


26 


Kathryn J. McColl 


30 


Malcolm Hall Stevens 



46 


9 





87 


4 


26 


61 


9 


22 


93 


4 


23 


84 


11 


26 


66 


9 


19 


81 


2 


26 


16 


8 





63 





18 


20 





25 


80 


9 


24 


65 


5 


20 


51 


10 


6 


102 


6 


19 


21 


10 





66 


5 


5 


82 


8 


17 


85 


2 


29 


92 


5 


1 


70 


7 


1 


62 


3 


10 


88 


3 


21 


70 


4 


25 


71 


4 





82 


4 


23 


84 


6 


27 


84 


10 


3 


49 


2 


15 


30 


10 


9 


77 


8 


27 


57 


11 


1 


78 





3 


85 


11 


17 


73 


4 


18 


82 





17 


67 


5 


28 


94 


2 


3 


35 





6 


98 


4 


7 


83 


8 


29 



Date Name 

1984 

December 

24 Kenneth Olson 



DEATHS NOT BEFORE REPORTED 

Years 



62 



Months 



Days 



— 129 



Report of Board of Registrars 

During 1985 the Board of Registrars was in session on the dates and for the hours 
prescribed by law for the following purposes: 

(1) Registration of new voters prior to Annual and Special Town Meetings, 
and Annual Election. 

(2) Certification of Nomination papers for candidates for Annual Election. 
Certification of Signatures on Initiative Petitions. 

(3) Removal of names from the voting list 

a. moved out of Town or out of State 

b. deceased 

c. notification of registration in another city or 
town 

In addition a special registration session was held in March for registration of 
eighteen year olds at Cohasset High School. 

STATISTICS 

Number of registered voters on January 1 , 1985 5,269 

Number of registered voters on January 1, 1986 5,020 

Democrats 1 ,283 

Republicans 1 ,205 

Unenrolled 2,532 

Population of Cohasset as of Janaury 1985 7,477 

The Town and State Census was completed and we did not have to redistrict. We have 
two precincts. 

Notices of registration sessions are posted in the Town Hall, Post Office and other 
public buildings and prominent locations throughout the Town. Questions concerning 
voter registration and census may be directed to the Town Clerk's office during regular 
office hours. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Board of Registrars 

Burtram J. Pratt, Chairman 

Robert S. Pape 

Alice G. Daunt 

Frances L. Marks, Clerk 



130 



ELECTION OFFICERS 
For the Year 1985 

In accordance with Chapter 54 of the General Laws, will you please consider the 
following persons to be appointed as Election Officers for the ensuing year. These 
names have been taken from the lists submitted by the Republican and Democratic 
Town Committees. 



WARDEN 




Dominic M. Baccari 


R 


DEPUTY WARDEN. 




Mary N. Grassie 


R 


CLERK 




Bernard Mulcahy 


D 


CLERK 




Jean Salvador 


D 


DEPUTY CLERK 




Ann Leonard 


D 


DEPUTY CLERK 




Barbara Williams 


D 


INSPECTORS: 








Mary A. Fiori 


D 


Janice M. Rosano 


D 


Carol Beggan 


R 


Maria Pape 


R 


Margaret C. Hernan 


D 




I 


Eileen Buckley 


R 


Kathleen E. Rhodes 


I 


DEPUTY INSPECTORS: 








Dorothea Bjorkgren 


D 


Grace Tuckerman 


R 


Patricia J. Buckley 


R 




D 


Patricia A. Walsh 


D 


Margaret Stoughton 


R 


TELLERS: 








Charlotte Leland 


D 


Janet Maclure 


R 


Katherine Lincoln 


R 


Marjorie Giffen 


D 


Mary Leavitt 


D 


Kathleen England 


R 


Betty Pearce 


R 


Ronald Goodwin 


D 


Thomas Healy 


D 


George Marlette 


R 


Rosette Greco 


R 


Willa Berents 


R 


Kurt Giffen 


D 


Judith Volungis 


R 



— 131 — 



Board of Assessors 

The primary function of the Board of Assessors is to provide a revenue base for the 
town. Our property revenue base generated taxes of $6,816,096.01 last year. 

As of January 1, 1985, we increased the valuation from January 1, 1984 by almost 
$14,000,000., a .0398% increase. This meant about $278,000. extra to the town's tax 
revenue. Most of this increase was generated through the work of our part time ap- 
praiser, Leo Hannon. 

The applications for abatement have been reduced dramatically. The board's ob- 
jective is to be fair to all property owners. 

As required by state law, all real property must be revalued at Fair Market Value 
for fiscal 1987. Our appraisal firm, Appraisal Consultants of New England, will be con- 
tacting property owners and hearings will be held later in the spring. 

In fiscal 1986 (last fall) we forwarded the tax commitment to the Collector/ 
Treasurer early enough so she did not have to borrow and pay interest as in previous 
years. We estimate this saved the town at least $16,000. 

The Board would like to thank Brian Wilkin, former chairman, for providing the 
framework for our program's success, also Don Andrew and Betty Ripley for their help 
in setting the tax rate and our Dorothy Graham for her devotion and hard work in 
handling all the paper work required to get state approval of the tax rate. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Board of Assessors 

Thomas S. Duggan 

Warren S. Pratt 

Michael C. Patrolia 



Historic District Commission 

The following members served on the Commission during calendar year 1985: 

Patricia D. Dean 

Donald J. Evans, Vice Chairman 
Emmett Holt 
James J. Murphy 

James M. Sandell, Chairman 
Gordon M. Stevenson 
Joyce Sturdy 

Kathryn V. Young 
Hubert P. C. Vanderlugt, Secretary 

During this year the Commission received twelve applications for certification of 
proposed exterior work in the District. 

The Commission issued eleven certificates of appropriateness and two certificates 
of non-applicability. 

The Commission convened for twelve regular monthly meetings and held two 
public hearings. 



132 






Report of the Building Department 

The following is a report of the Building Department for the year 1985. 

Building Permits Issued 618 

Building Permit Fees Paid to Treasurer $51,415.80 

Estimated Cost of Construction for Permits $8,878,664.00 

Buildings Inspected for Group Occupancy 42 

Occupancy Inspection Fees Paid to Treasurer $2,305.00 

Occupancy Permits 42 

Fees for Occupancy Permits $420.00 

Plumbing Permits Issued 201 

Plumbing Inspector Paid for Services $4,572.00 

Plumbing Fees Paid to Treasurer $6,420.00 

Gas Permits Issued 82 

Gas Inspector Paid for Services $1,128.00 

Gas Fees Paid to Treasurer $1,390.00 

Fees Collected for Use of Copy Machine $40.90 

Zoning Maps & Bylaws Fees Collected $683.50 

TOTAL AMOUNT OF FEES COLLECTED $62,675.20 

This past year has been a busy one for the Building Department with a total of six 
hundred eighteen permits issued. Fees collected and turned over to the Town have 
almost doubled since last year. Most of the permits were for repairs, additions and 
reshingling. A small percentage of the permits were for new dwellings. 

As in the past, I would like to express my appreciation to all Town Boards, Depart- 
ments, and Committees for their assistance in the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edward A. J. Poskus 

Building Inspector/ 

Zoning Officer 



Civilian Defense and Emergency Preparedness 

Cohasset was visited by Hurricane Gloria on September 27, 1985. Although the 
Town experienced extreme inconvenience by loss of power, there was no serious injury 
or loss of life. There are a few weaknesses in our emergency preparedness that require 
improvement, but with the dedication and professionalism of Town employees, our 
emergency was well met. 

Plans for having a mobile generator for emergency power are being studied. 
Emergency quarters in the rear section of the Town Hall, with emergency equipment, 
are planned. 

I thank all who worked tirelessly to make our emergency a relatively small event, 
and helped tremendously with my responsibilities. 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 
Director 

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Report of the Capital Budget Committee 

During the past year the Capital Budget Committee has held over twenty meetings 
concerned with requests for Capital Outlays exceeding $10,000. These requests have 
come from many different Town Departments and other duly constituted groups seek- 
ing the support of our Committee. The results of our hearings have led to written 
reports, which have been submitted to the Selectmen, the Advisory Committee and to 
Town Meetings held during 1985. 

The Capital Budget Committee wishes, once again, to express its concern about the 
following items: 

1 . For many years our Committee has been requesting five year forecasts of 
expected Capital requests from various Town sources. In many instances, 
large outlay requests are coming to us for the next fiscal year, where such 
items had never been listed on prior occasions. This greatly complicates our 
planning work. 

2. There are pending several requests for very large Capital Outlays. A 
substantial increase in our Town Debt and/or in our Town taxes could 
result, if these large requests are approved at a Town Meeting. 

3. Several Town Departments have been extremely tardy in responding to 
Capital Budget Committee requests for written summaries of their Capital 
requests. 

Respectfully submitted, 

The Capital Budget Committee 

Edwin H. Tebbetts, Chairman 

William Haynes 

Geoffrey Nothnagle 

John Vivian 

Kenneth Wilcox 



Report of the Animal Control Officer 

Report of the Animal Control Officer for the year ending December 1985. 

Total Calls Reported 544 

Complaints Received 151 

Lost Pets Reported 230 

Dogs Impounded 41 

Dog Bites Reported 6 

Wild Animal Problems 32 

Miscellaneous Calls 77 

Seals Recovered and Transported to 
New England Aquarium, Boston 2 

Respectfully submitted, 

Richard Yocum 
Dog Officer 



— 134 — 



Board of Health 

During 1985, Marilyn Gill, a long time member of the Board of Health chose not to 
run for re-election. John M. Burns, D.D.S. was elected in April. Upon reorganization, 
Barbara A. Kern was elected chairwoman and C. Michael Bliss, M.D., clerk. The Board 
of Health continues to operate under the direction of Joseph R. Godzik, V.M.D., who 
accepted the position of Health Agent in August, 1984. Ms. Carol Oteri was reclassified 
as the Administrative Assistant to the Board. 

During the year, board members attended training sessions presented by the 
Massachusetts Department of Public Health. This training covered such areas as legal 
responsibilities of Boards of Health, food service sanitation and lead poisoning. 

A lease purchase agreement was entered into to provide a rubber-tired front end 
loader for the municipal landfill. It provides better compaction of rubbish than the 
older tracked machine. The long term disposal of solid waste continues to pose a prob- 
lem. SEMASS was not able to accept rubbish from Cohasset because the tonnage they 
are permitted to burn was reached before Cohasset' s application was placed. The State 
recognizes the solid waste crisis and hopefully solutions to solid waste disposal will be 
available before space in the landfill runs out. Residents are encouraged to recycle 
newspapers, glass and aluminum as this provides extra space for items of trash which 
cannot be recycled. 

No Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day was held this year because 
disposal costs sky-rocketed. Additional funds will be requested in 1986 so that a Collec- 
tion Day can be held in 1986. 

The Septic System Construction Moratorium voted by the Board of Health in 1984 
was extended until June, 1986. It is hoped that new bylaws and regulations to protect 
the water supply will be in effect by that time. A new special counsel was hired to con- 
tinue any litigation between the Town and the privately owned landfill operating in the 
watershed area. 

Because bacteria counts at various sampling points in Cohasset Harbor were 
periodically higher than permitted for clamming, the entire harbor on both the Cohasset 
and Scituate sides has been closed to clamming by the Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering. The Health Agent continues to determine sources of pollution. 
Once a source is found, aggressive action is taken to correct the problem. A new 
Cohasset Board of Health Supplement to the State Environmental Code, Title V, was 
passed this year in an effort to better protect the environment. In the long run, these 
regulations should eliminate some of the problems associated with the pollution of the 
harbor, streams that supply Lily Pond, and ground water in general. 

Regulations regarding licensing of dumpsters and those who haul trash through the 
Town were passed in the spring. Knowledge of the location of dumpsters permits in- 
spection and allows the Health Agent to detect problems before they become a 
nuisance. 

The Board also passed regulations regarding the licensing of establishments 
operating suntanning facilities. Since there are no state regulations, it was felt that these 
were necessary to promote safe and sanitary suntanning establishments. 

New Massachusetts Department of Public Health regulations pertaining to sanita- 
tion in food service establishments went into effect in October. Training sessions for 
management were given and on-site education was provided for food service workers by 
the Board of Health. 

A greater awareness of communicable disease reporting by local physicians has 
brought a number of different communicable diseases to the Board's attention. Most 



135- 



commonly reported was salmonellosis, a disease usually thought to be food or water 
borne. The reported disease cases are investigated by the Health Agent and followed up 
by the Town Nurse whose office is in the Social Service League. 

The Board voted to increase Trash Hauler Dumping Fees to come in line with other 
area towns. The tipping fees for commercial trash haulers was increased from $1.00 to 
$2.00 per cubic yard for loose rubbish and from $2.00 to $5.00 per cubic yard for com- 
pacted rubbish. In addition, the Board adopted a new fee schedule for licenses, permits 
and fees charged, effective December 16, 1985. 



1985 


1984 


$15,463.00 


$11,453.50 


27,627.50 


31,639.50 


1,312.50 


3,602.50 


1,601.85 


1,457.00 


275.20 


29.01 


6,171.00 


5,735.04 


$52,451.05 


$53,916.55 



1985 



Following is a Summary of Revenue Collected & Income Produced annually: 



Municipal Landfill 

Private Landfill 

Engineering Fees 

Recycling Income 

Copies 

All Others (Licenses, Permits, Fees, 
Percolation Tests, etc. 

TOTAL 
Board of Health Permits issued: 
SUBSURFACE DISPOSAL 

DWCP'S 
New 
Repair 
Renewals 

Septic System Installers 

Septage Haulers 
TRASH DEPOSITION 

Trash Haulers 

Business Dump Permits 

Dumpster Service Operators 

Dumpster Permits 
ANIMALS 

Horse Permits 

Stable Permits 

Goats 

Sheep 

Pigs 

Beef Cow 

Donkey 

Birds (chickens, geese, turkey, etc.) 
FOOD 

Frozen Desserts 

Milk & Cream 

Food Service 

Retail Food 

Catering 

Mobile Food Service 
Massage Licenses 



1984 



16 


29 


20 


31 


2 





24 


18 


9 


10 


7 


5 


13 


14 


7 





32 





27 


37 


9 


13 


4 


3 


3 





3 


2 


1 


1 


1 





2 


6 


5 


3 


6 


26 


25 


24 


23 


15 


5 


7 


3 





2 


1 



— 136 



Pools 

Sandblasting Permits 
Suntanning Establishments 
Funeral Directors 



1 





7 





1 





1 






Respectfully submitted, 

Dr. C. Michael Bliss, Clerk 

Barbara A. Kern, Chairwoman 

John M. Burns, D.D.S. 



Disposal Area Study Committee 

The study committee was formed when Cohasset's Cedar Street landfill was an 
open dump and in violation of State Law. The objective of the committee is to provide 
long range planning, and it has worked with Town boards and the State Department of 
Environmental Quality and Engineering to bring the landfill into compliance. 

Discussion during the last two years centered on four alternatives: 

1 . Building a transfer station at the present Cedar Street landfill and truck- 
ing the solid waste to SEMASS resource recovery in Rochester, 
Massachusetts; 

2. Curbside pickup from an independent contractor; 

3. Expansion of present landfill; 

4. Transfer to resource recovery facility other than SEMASS. 

Although approval for SEMASS was given at Town Meeting, only a 'waiting list' 
basis was available, and we were notified in October 1985 that SEMASS was unable to 
accept Cohasset. 

After discussions with the Board of Health, Selectmen, DEQE, Metropolitan Area 
Planning Council and the Bureau of Solid waste, it was agreed that resource recovery is 
the best alternative for solid waste disposal. Our application for a State grant for 80 per- 
cent funding of a transfer station was not accepted, partially because of the State's 
desire to have towns seek a regional alternative. We are currently meeting with the 
South Shore Coalition to find regional solutions, and we understand that State grants 
will again be available in Spring 1986. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Sharon Becker 

Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr. 

Jeffrey R. Power 

Priscilla Tebbetts 



— 137 



Report of Council on the Aging 

Open meetings of the Council are held every second Tuesday of the month at 10:00 
a.m. at the Unitarian Parish House. This year we follow the Open Meeting Law — notice 
must be posted with the Town Clerk 48 hours in advance, indicating the place, date and 
hour. Any person can call and be advised. 

The following programs are made available through the Council, Social Service 
League and a great many much-appreciated volunteers. 

SENIOR CENTER — Early in the year a questionnaire was sent around to test opinion 
on the matter, and was favorably received. A committee was formed with Karin Bar- 
tow, Developer, and the following Advisory Board: 



Ann Hublitz 


38 Forest Ave. 


383-0519 


Pam Henry 


50 Lantern Lane 


383-0071 


Anthony Finegan 


91 Doane St. 


383-6027 


Dorothea Bjorkgren 


10 Parker Ave. 


383-1848 


Betty Enders 


150 North Main St. 


383-0743 


Gerard Keating 


10 Black Horse Lane 


383-0672 


Malcolm Onwood 


404 Jerusalem Rd. 


383-0887 


Developer 






Karin Bartow 


48 Sohier St. 


383-0572 



Social Service League 
16 Highland Ave. 383-0771 

or 383-0821 

A Senior Center Director was chosen: Kathy Bryanton, who was well recom- 
mended. Funds to pay the Developer, Director and other expenses come from the 
following sources: 

Formula and Discretionary Grants from the state 

Formula III B Grant (Federal) 

The sum of $3850 was requested in the Town Warrant of December 9, 1985 and 
was given to the Council by the Rotary Club of Cohasset. This is greatly appreciated. In 
order to proceed, the Senior Center also received the approval of the selectmen. 
TRANSPORTATION— The Senior Shuttle Bus makes about 100 trips each week to 
shopping areas, medical offices and various functions. More drivers are neded. For in- 
formation on the schedule, consult the newsletter or call 383-0821 or 0771. 
INFORMATION— A Council newsletter, called the Vista, is sent out on a monthly 
basis to 230 homes. If you do not receive this paper, and want to receive it, call 383-1 100 
week-day mornings, or 383-1848 at other times. 

RECREATION — Two bus trips a year are sponsored by the Council. The Council 
works closely with the 60 + Club which meets on the third Thursday of each month at 
the Parish House. 

NUTRITION— Through October of the year the Meals on Wheels were delivered as 
usual — about 2400 meals. The cost, as before, was $1.65 to the client, 45 cents of this 
paid by the Council. After this period it was decided to serve salt-free, sugarless meals, 
and they are now provided by the South Shore Elder Services and delivered as usual by 
Social Service League volunteers. 

Also, lunches prepared at the high school are served every Tuesday during the 
school year at the Parish House at 12:15 at a cost of $1.40. About 400 are served. 

The town is a participant, along with other towns, in the South Shore Elder Serv- 



— 138 — 



ices Corporation, now located in Braintree. This area agency is under the Mass. Depart- 
ment of Elder Services, and is concerned with the care of the elderly — both physically 
and mentally. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Dorothea Bjorkgren, Secretary 

Rev. John J. Keohane, Chairman 

Helen Barbary, Housing Representative 

Alice Daunt, Rep. South Shore Elder Services 

Sheila Kelly, President 60+ Club 

Edward Mulvey 

Helen Hooper, Rep. Soc. Serv. League 

Mary Donovan, Coordinator Tuesday Luncheons 

George Fellows, Treasurer 

Katherine McGrath, Chairman of VISTA 

Gerard Keating 

Charlotte Leland 

Anthony Finegan 

Betty Enders 



Report of the Harbor Department 

At the regular town meeting and the special town meetings, there were several 
changes in the Harbor Bylaws under Section 2. Section 2 pertains mostly to mooring 
permits and waiting list procedures. It is the responsibility of each boat owner, as well as 
each potential boat owner, to familiarize himself with the bylaws pertaining to the har- 
bor. This makes it easier for all concerned to enjoy the facilities of the harbor. 

According to reports received by the department, vandalism and theft was once 
again held to a bare minimum. The person assigned to night patrol, as well as the watch- 
ful eyes of interested boat owners, has made this possible. It is requested that damages 
or theft to boats, regardless of how minor they may seem, be reported to the office of 
the Harbormaster so we can keep abreast of what is going on. 

A problem that has existed over the last few years will be given priority for enforce- 
ment this coming boating season; namely, the many boats that are anchored along the 
channel on weekends. This has created a real problem for boats trying to navigate up 
and down the channel — especially when people are swimming in the channel. It is re- 
quested that boat owners be aware of this danger and proceed with caution until this 
problem can be resolved. 

There are several areas in the harbor as well as the channel that need maintenance 
dredging. Every effort will be made to see if the Army Corps of Engineers will alleviate 
the problem so navigation can be improved. 

I wish to extend my thanks to the personnel of my department and the many other 
town departments that have assisted me in making Cohasset Harbor one of which to be 
proud. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harry Ritter, Harbormaster 



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Report of the Cohasset Harbor Committee 

In 1985, the Harbor Committee continued to address the goals and objectives con- 
tained in the 1980 Harbor Master Plan and the recommendation the Plan contained plus 
new proposals. In essence, your committee continues to investigate and make recom- 
mendations that will maximize mooring and dock spaces in an orderly fashion for 
recreational and commercial fishing activities while providing for efficient and effective 
administration of the harbor. Specific activities included: 

Reviewing the Harbor Bylaws and regulations to promote equity of access 
to and administration of the harbor mooring spaces. Proposed changes will 
be given to the Selectmen for submission to the voters at the Annual Town 
Meeting in April. 

Approved an application by Gaffey Yachts for replacement and extension 
of existing docks at the Mill River Marine conforming to the Corps of 
Engineers plans. The plan involves adding 6 slips for use by occupants and 
town residents. 

Through our subcommittee, continue to explore the most effective recrea- 
tional uses of the 215-foot strip of harbor frontage belonging to the Yankee 
Oil Company, the use of which has been given to the town. The Harbor 
Committee will make proposals to the Selectmen when it has been com- 
pleted. 

The committee wishes to express its appreciation and gratitude to its former chair- 
man, Charles Fink, for his dedicated leadership with the committee for the last 18 years. 
We are indeed fortunate that Charlie is continuing to serve the town on the Harbor sub- 
committee investigating the uses of the Yankee Oil land. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Fritz Pfaffmann, Chairman 

A. J. Antoine, Vice Chairman 

Harry St. Onge, Secretary 

Herbert Jason 

Peter Langelle 

Harry Ritter, Harbormaster 

William Stone 



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Report of the Fire Department 

I hereby submit the annual report of the Cohasset Fire Department for the calendar 
year 1985. 

A statistical analysis of the year's responses are as follows: 

Box Alarms 121 

Still Alarms 

Ambulance 476 

Inspections 473 

Investigations 175 

Other 313 

1437 
Total 1558 

The above responses included the following Mutual Aid with other towns: 

Mutual Aid Rendered 91 

Mutual Aid Received 69 

In the area of Fice Prevention the statistics are as follows: 

Permits Issued Chapter 148 294 

Chapter 48 1087 

Complaints Investigated 5 

Inspections 473 

Other 118 

Total 1977 

In the area of equipment, the new ambulance was placed into service and is func- 
tioning well. Emergency repairs were done on Engine 4, consisting of rebuilding the 
pump and transfer case, and replacing the water tank. The truck should be put back in- 
to service by early 1986. A program of replacement and refurbishing of apparatus 
should begin in 1986. 

This is the point where a department head normally thanks all the various town 
agencies and boards for their cooperation and help during the past year. Instead, I am 
asking for their help and cooperation in the coming year and if the first month is an in- 
dication of the cooperation,. then I can predict an excellent year of service to the town's 
residents and the emergence of a competent, professional Fire Department for 
Cohasset. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Daniel F. Brock 
Chief of Department 



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Report of the Government Island Study Committee 

This volunteer Committee, which oversees this unusual piece of property, was 
established in 1946 by the Townspeople. The Committee has no budget and no money. 
We act in an advisory capacity to the Board of Selectmen who, in turn, authorize any 
expenditure or make recommendations to be voted on at the Town Meeting. 

During 1985 we held two meetings to discuss: 

1 . The Edwin A. Young Memorial marker. 

2. General condition of the Island. 

3. Election of Officers. 

4. Other subjects pertinent to the Island. 

During 1985 the actions that we planned and hoped would be taken were not acted 
on due to budget constraints. Our hope is that there will be some monies available to 
supplement the volunteer activities of the Committee Members. 

We, on the Committee, feel that the Island is one of the Towns greatest assets, 
historically, commercially and recreationally. We want it to be used not only by the 
Townspeople but also by visitors to Cohasset. 

Again I wish to thank the members for their attendance, interest and support. As I 
have said many times before this is a committee of volunteers and it takes a certain type 
of person to assume this responsibility. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 

Vivian McCormack, Secretary 

Richard P. Barrow 

Robert W. Davenport 

Edward J. Figuieredo 

Noel A. Ripley 

Harry H. Ritter 



Drainage Advisory Committee 

During the first half of 1985, the Drainage Advisory Committee provided com- 
ments and recommendations to the various town boards and commissions concerning 
existing drainage problems and drainage aspects of proposed development. 

Due to the resignation of Mr. Walter Ross and Mr. James Leonard, the committee 
lost its quorum and became inactive until replacements were appointed. 

On November 23, 1985, Ms. Penelope Kern and Mr. Thomas Cowan were ap- 
pointed to the committee. One position is vacant. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas C. Cook, Chairman 

Lyle Branagan 

Thomas Cowan 

Penelope Kern 



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Report of the Highway Department 

To the Board of Selectmen and Citizens of Cohasset: 
The following is my report for the year 1985: 

During the months of January, February and March, we concentrated our efforts 
on snow-removal and ice-control. Once again, I feel we can all be proud of the job the 
men in my department and the hired contractors have done in keeping our streets safe 
during the winter months. Cohasset is indeed one of the safest towns for travel after a 
snow storm; and, for that, we can thank these conscientious workers. 

With any break in the weather, my department worked on the repair and/or 
replacement of catch basins and connecting pipes. In all, thirteen (13) basins and one (1) 
manhole were rebuilt and three (3) all new basins installed. Sixty feet (60 ') of 24" pipe 
and sixty-six feet (66 ') of 6 " pipe was installed to complete these projects. We com- 
pletely replaced a very dangerous and troublesome culvert on Jerusalem Road. This 
culvert has been slowly collapsing for several years, causing the roadway to settle in 
various areas. With the total replacement of this culvert and the new asphalt paving in- 
stalled, we have eliminated a real problem to our department. 

Once the good weather arrived, we started our program of road-sweeping. Every 
street was swept and cleaned of the build-up of sand and general winter debris. During 
the following months, the sweeper was out frequently, keeping the streets clean. 

With funds voted at the Annual Town Meeting, a new steel-beam-guard-rail was 
installed at a very dangerous area on Beach Street. Eventually, over the next few years, I 
would like to be able to install this same type of fencing in other dangerous areas in 
Town. Along with this new installation, many other various fences were painted, 
repaired and, where necessary, replaced. 

During the year, 2,456 feet of new asphalt was installed on sidewalks on Spring, 
Hull and So. Main Streets. In conjunction with the Town of Hingham, almost a full 
mile of Hull St. was resurfaced. I should like, at this time, to sincerely thank Brian 
Sullivan, Superintendent of Streets in Hingham, and the men of his department for 
their cooperation and help during this project. It makes my job so much easier knowing 
that the surrounding Towns are so quick to cooperate. 

Also paved this year was 630 feet of Atlantic Ave. and 2,290 feet of Jerusalem 
Road. Various roads were repaired by grader-patching using 474 tons of asphalt. 
Because of Hurricane Gloria, we were unable to commence a surface-treatment pro- 
gram. Hopefully, we will continue this important project in the coming year. 

With funds raised at the Annual Town Meeting, we purchased a new diesel dump 
truck to replace a very tired 1971 truck. Also, with funds voted through the generosity 
of the Town Meeting, we took delivery of a new 4-wheel pick-up truck. These two ac- 
quisitions are most welcome additions to our department. 

Hurricane Gloria wreaked havoc throughout the Town. Fortunately, for my 
department, there was very little damage to any road or culvert. Peter Laugelle, Tree 
and Park Superintendent, however, was not so lucky. My men worked round-the-clock 
with his department in clearing fallen trees and branches. The Town owes him a great 
deal of thanks and appreciation for his handling of this crisis. 

In closing, a special thanks to the men of my department. Year after year they con- 
tinue to make me look good. Thanks, guys! A special thanks to Stephen Wigmore of 
the Wire Department, Ben Curley of the Water Department and, as stated above, to 
Peter Laugelle for their continued support and cooperation. 

Respectfully yours, 

Harold W. Litchfield 
Highway Surveyor 

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Hazardous Materials Advisory Committee 

The Hazardous Materials Advisory Committee is appointed by the Board of 
Health and works under its direction to formulate ideas and carry out plans to reduce 
the health risks to the townspeople which might result from the improper storage, use 
and/or disposal of hazardous materials. The committee met several times during the 
year. We had hoped to hold a second household hazardous waste collection day 
sometime during 1985. Some funds were vot^d by Town Meeting for this purpose. 
However, no cleanup day was held. State regulations concerning the licensing of car- 
riers and the storage and disposal of hazardous materials after collection caused the 
costs to increase greatly. Also, the state has proposed to help fund collection days under 
certain circumstances. Regional collection is being promoted. Cohasset is currently part 
of a group of area towns which is being helped to form an official regional district to ad- 
dress issues such as the collection and disposal of hazardous materials. 

Our main accomplishment this year has been to have included in the Water 
Resources Management Plan for the town a section regulating the storage of hazardous 
materials. The Watershed Area Protection Committee has been working on this plan 
for over a year. The Town will be asked to approve it at annual Town Meeting. 

Chartis B. Langmaid, Chairwoman 

Victoria Grayken, Clerk 

Gordon Deane 

Jeffrie Bettinger 

Barbara Kern 

Lot Bates 

William Baird 

Hazardous Materials Advisory Committee 



Sealer of Weights and Measures 

The various weighing and measuring devices in the Town of Cohasset have been 
carefully tested. One hundred and seventy- four were sealed. The amount of $549 was 
collected as sealing fees and paid to the Town Treasurer. 

Items in retail stores were checked for unit pricing. Several items were reweighed to 
determine if they were the correct weight. 

Firewood is wood ready for use in stoves or fireplaces 12", 16", 18", and 24", in 
length. Firewood must be sold by the cubic foot — 128 cubic feet equal one cord. A 
delivery ticket must be issued at time of delivery. It must include name of vendor, name 
of buyer and number of cubic feet of firewood. 

Call the Sealer of Weights and Measures if you think you have not received fair 
measure. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Lot E. Bates 
Sealer of Weights and Measures 



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Cohasset Historical Commission 

The ongoing major project of the Cohasset Historical Commission is to finish up 
the "Captain's Walk." We have nearly every faction of it completed and the various 
signs and guide posts should be ready to install this spring. The historical walking tour 
identifies many of the significant aspects of the history of Cohasset' s busy fishing port. 
The walk, which starts at Government Island and ends at Cox's Point, will take about 
one hour to complete. The purpose of the walk is to show the rich heritage of the area, 
stimulate further research and to protect the delicate atmosphere of Cohasset Harbor. 

The Commission is continuing the inventory of old Cohasset houses. We are cur- 
rently researching many of the Victorian summer and year-round homes. There are 
many interesting and worthy Victorian homes in Cohasset designed by famous ar- 
chitects. With many of them being converted to condominiums it is important to record 
the past for sensitive conversions for the future. 

We are hoping to encourage educational historic projects with the Cohasset Public 
Schools to make the children more aware of the rich heritage of the town. We feel that 
pride in the community can be fortified by an appreciation of the past. 

Anyone reading this report who would care to become involved with the Historical 
Commission is most welcomed and of course, the public is encouraged to attend our 
meetings which are held the first Monday of the month at the Town Hall. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 

Betty Enders, Secretary 

Grace Tuckerman 

Patricia Murphy 

David Wadsworth 



Cohasset Planning Board 



1985 proved to be an important year for the Cohasset Planning Board and the 
citizens of Cohasset. This was the year that the board responded to development trends 
and supported a series of town meeting articles that resulted in zoning bylaws ad- 
vocating controlled, managed growth based on the unique topographical quality of the 
land and the essential character of the community. These articles brought about zoning 
bylaws that (1) increased the area lot sizes of the residence districts; (2) defined the 
maximum percentage of allowable impervious surface coverage in the highway business 
and light industry districts; (3) established green strips and minimum setbacks for 
highway business district building sites adjacent to residential districts; (4) established a 
reserve parking percentage; (5) increased the amount of open space and decreased the 
amount of impervious surface in cluster developments. In addition the Planning Board 
supported the establishment of an official open space district and joined with the Water 
Commission in supporting a water supply protection building moratorium. 

L. Christine Bassett, Chairperson 
Daniel C. Cotton 
John F. O'Toole 
Patrick A. Plante 
Robert H. Sturdy 



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Report of Trustees of the Paul Pratt Memorial Library 

Nancy Gilmore, a trustee for twelve years, and David Chittim, a trustee for six 
years, went off the board in 1985. The trustees thank them for their faithful service to 
the town. The board welcomed new trustees Michele Buckley and David Wads worth. 

A major activity of the trustees and library director in 1985 has been to participate 
in creating the Old Colony Library Network, a 16- town consortium which will share a 
computer for library operations. Principle benefits of the planned system are: 

—a centralized catalog of holdings of member libraries, which can be searched 

by terminals in each library, 
—shared cataloging and data processing, allowing more efficient and productive 

use of staff, 
—improved service through knowledge of location and availability of materials 

among the 16 libraries, with the status of each item instantly updated. 

The network prepared specifications for the system, requested proposals from 
leading nationwide vendors of library computer systems, and evaluated responses from 
vendors. Conversion to the computer system is scheduled to begin in May 1986 and will 
take a year to complete. Town Meeting in April 1985 granted part of the funds needed 
for Cohasset's participation. The trustees will request the balance of funds needed at the 
April 1986 meeting. 

We continue our participation in the Eastern Regional Library System, which 
serves 200 public libraries and spends $4.2 million in state funds. The Region granted 
$100,000 to help start up the Old Colony Library Network computer system. The 
Region negotiates collective purchasing contracts which provide most library supplies at 
maximum discounts. 

During the year, we joined a book-buying cooperative of 55 public libraries in 
southeastern Massachusetts. The group sought bids from major book vendors and we 
are benefitting from maximum discounts which a small library could not get alone. 

The trustees are most grateful for the support and assistance of the Friends of the 
Library. The Friends served the town by: 

—conducting book sales, and putting proceeds into new books. 

—giving a small oven for the staff and volunteer lunch room. 

— giving family passes for the Museum of Fine Arts, New England Aquarium, 

Museum of Science, and Children's Museum. Residents may borrow these 

passes free of charge. 
— sponsoring author and artist programs for children. 
— sponsoring free paperback books for children in the summer reading incentive 

program. 
— giving a luncheon for library volunteers. 
— preparing and conducting a new membership recruitment effort. 

Friends of the Library executive board are: Linda Wakeman, President; Joan 
Remington, Vice-President; June Hubbard, Treasurer; Thomas B. Williams, Secretary; 
Ann Bowdoin; Cissie Cullivan; Peggy Soltesz; Lucille McLoughlin; Frederick Garrison; 
Rudolph Talbot; Nancy Connolly; Jack Crandell. All residents are invited to join. 

The trustees gratefully acknowledge gifts to the book fund in memory of: Andrea, 
Amy and Andrew Nardo; Joe Palimeri; Jeanne (Pat) Gwinn; Mary M. Collins; Evelyn 
Wood; May Jameson Priestley; Seanna O'Leary; Desiree Yess; Marie Barnes; Sarah E. 
Heywood; Helen Berrigan; Mrs. Stewart Sanders; Robert I. Wilson. 



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We thank the many volunteers who helped provide service in the following ways: 

— Loan desk and office (40 volunteers) 2,3 10 hours 

—Nursing home visits (3 volunteers) 2 1 6 hours 

—Children' s story hours ( 1 2 volunteers) 1 05 hours 
Other volunteer services were given in children's services. 

We believe a most important part of the library's mission is to introduce all 
children to the excitement of discovery through the library. Children's librarians 
Marilyn Pope and Joann Mitchell accomplish this goal through a wide range of services: 

—careful selection of 1,300 new books and audiovisual items each year, and 
thorough knowledge of the total collection of 13,000 items. 

— 150 deliveries of materials to Cohasset classrooms. 

—40 pre-school story hours at the library led by twelve volunteers, total atten- 
dance of 396. 

—six family programs during the summer, with guest leaders; total attendance of 
315. 

— reading classics to eight Deer Hill classes by eight volunteers over a three 
month period. 

—six programs of reading classics at the playground by a volunteer high school 
senior, total attendance of 175. 

— 141 children read 2,800 books in the summer reading incentive program, an 
18% increase over last year. 

—128 story telling programs in the Cohasset schools. 

— Visits to the library for orientation of all sixth grade classes. 

—work with school specialists and volunteers on grants, bibliographies, com- 
puter literacy, and a program by author/illustrator Marc Brown. 

— Exhibits of children's art, provided by volunteers. 

—24 classic children's films shown in schools with average attendance of 144. 

Development and Use of the Collections July 1984- June 1985 













Total 


Loans for 




Purchased 


Gifts Withdrawn 


Holdings 


Home Use 


Adult nonfiction 




1,256 


120 


1,272 


26,462 


19,821 


Adult fiction 




841 


318 


1,095 


9,836 


28,508 


Children's books 




1,226 


17 


867 


13,833 


25,739 


Audiovisual materials — Adult 




4 





36 


1,002 


360 


Audiovisual materials— Children 




75 





15 


732 


867 


Periodical subscriptions 




157 


50 





207 


10,889 


Museum memberships 







4 





4 


436 


Films (16mm) from the Regional Library System 










37 


Audiovisual equipment 










8 


58 


TOTAL LOANS FOR HOME USE 












86,715 



Per capita loans equal 12, compared to a statewide average of 5.5. 
During 1985, 438 adults and 155 children registered as new borrowers. 



Doris R. McNulty 
Chairman 



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Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

Cohasset is a valued member of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), 
which is comprised of 101 communities in the metropolitan Boston area. Cohasset's 
contribution of 17.7 per capita (in 1985, $1,270) helped to provide technical assistance 
for Cohasset and other member communities, and assisted the MAPC in the formation 
and implementation of regional plans and policies which benefit the metropolitan 
Boston area. During 1985, the MAPC provided specific assistance to Cohasset for: 

South Shore Coalition for Growth Management 

Short-term Technical Assistance re Traffic Control and Zoning 

Cohasset also benefited from the following regional plans, policies, or programs: 
Land-use maps, providing detailed analysis of the region between 1951-1980; the 
MetroWest Growth Management Committee, whose success has spurred other suc- 
cessful MAPC subregional groups to form. Among these is the Minuteman Advisory 
Group for Interlocal Coordination, a group of communities in the Route 2 and Route 
495 area, and the new South Shore association of ten communities who are acting in 
concert on problems that affect their microregion. The Transportation Improvement 
Program, which is required to maintain eligibility for federal funds, was updated during 
this past year, as well. In addition, MAPC was named an economic development region 
by the U.S. Economic Development Agency. Cohasset's support of the economic 
development region designation allows a 10 percent bonus on federal funds expended in 
our region for economic development projects utilizing federal support. 

Several publications were also beneficial to Cohasset. The State of the Region, a 
comprehensive study of Metro Boston by MAPC staff member Douglas Carnahan, 
Ph.D., provides social and economic forecasting tools, maps and statistical charts, and 
analyses of data which compare the region in 1971 to the present. Supporting Afford- 
able Housing in Boston, a publication resulting from MAPC's participation in a con- 
ference with the United Community Planning Corporation is a useful guide with infor- 
mation that is applicable to all communities concerned with the issue of affordable 
housing. 

It is a pleasure to participate in the planning issues of Cohasset as your MAPC 
representative. 

Sincerely, 

Martha Gjesteby 
MAPC Representative 



Police Department 

Cohasset Board of Selectmen: 

I hereby submit the Annual Report of the Cohasset Police Department. This report 
includes activities and statistical data from January 1, 1985 through December 31, 1985. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph M. Kealey, Chief 

Cohasset Police Department 



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ANNUAL REPORT 
COHASSET POLICE DEPARTMENT 

UNIFORM CRIME REPORT 1985 STATISTICS 

Offense Reported 

Assaults 9 

Breaking & Entering 19 

B & E or Larceny from M/V 35 

Larceny 58 

Larceny of M/V 11 

Vandalism/Malicious Destruction of Property 182 

Motor Vehicle Accidents Investigated 221 

Traffic Citations Issued 1 ,301 

Residential & Business Alarms Answered 673 

Stolen Motor Vehicles Recovered 5 

Bicycles Registered 32 

Official Complaints Received 3,094 

Department Vehicles— Patrol Mileage 135,163 

Special Details •. 734 

RECORD OF ARRESTS 

Offense 

Alcohol Petition 

CHINS (Child in need services) 

Larceny 

Minor in possession of alcohol 

Motor vehicle violations 

Narcotic violations 

Operating under influence 

Parole violation 

Protective custody 

Trespassing 

Using m/v w/o authority 

Warrants 

Total Arrests— 142 

FEES RETURNED TO GENERAL FUND 

Court Fines & Assessments $11,991.00 

Parking Violations 6,340.00 

License Fees 412.00 

Requests for Police Reports 685.00 

Restitution 620.00 

Total $20,048.00 



Male 


Fern: 


1 






2 


5 


1 


23 


3 


7 




1 


1 


21 


3 


1 




30 


1 


1 




1 




39 


2 



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Plymouth County 
Mosquito Control Project 



Board of Selectmen, Town of Cohasset: 

The Commissioners of the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project are pleased 
to submit the following report of our activities during 1985. 

The Project is a special district created by the State Legislature in 1957, and is now 
composed of twenty-two (22) Plymouth County towns, the City of Brockton, and the 
Town of Cohasset in Norfolk County. The Project is a mechanism for organizing 
specialized equipment, specially trained employees and mosquito control professionals 
to carry out the single function of mosquito control over a broad geographic area. The 
Project now provides environmentally sound mosquito control to an area of approxi- 
mately 650 square miles. 

Calendar year 1985 was one of expansion. On July 1 the Town of Halifax joined 
the program. The Project finally was able to accquire additional badly needed equip- 
ment, including three pickup trucks, a flatbed truck, and excavator for use on the Salt 
Marsh, two sprayers and a complete complement of survey equipment. A laboratory to 
sort, identify and count field-caught mosquitoes was completed. The information 
gathered from trap collections and field surveys is important to the integrated pest 
management approach used by the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project. 

In summary, 1985 began with a dryer than normal spring and early summer. Prior 
to mid-August, complaints of nuisance mosquitoes were often scattered and could be 
attributed to a single local breeding site. This made source reduction simple and effec- 
tive. In late summer, increased frequency of rainfall led to a more broad scale problem 
requiring increased spraying for adult mosquitoes. Concern about transmission of 
eastern equine encephalitis to both horses and humans also surfaced at the end of the 
summer. However, no cases occurred in Massaschusetts although virus-positive mos- 
quitoes were collected. 

The figures specific to the Town of Cohasset are given below. While mosquitoes do 
not respect political boundaries, the information below does provide a tally of those ac- 
tivities which had the greatest impact on the health and comfort of town residents. 

1 . Insecticide Application. 2,222 acres were treated using truck mounted sprayers for 
control of adult mosquitoes. More than one application was made to the same site if 
mosquitoes reinvaded the area. The first treatments were made in May and the last in 
September. The use of quiet electric sprayers has ended completely complaints about 
noise. 

2. Water Management. During 1985, crews removed blockages, brush and other 
obstructions from 1050 linear feet of ditches and streams to prevent overflows or 
stagnation that can result in mosquito breeding. This work together with machine 
reclamation is most often carried out in the fall and winter. 

We encourage citizens or municipal officials to call our office for information 
about mosquitoes, mosquito-borne diseases, control practices, or any other matters of 
concern. 

Kenneth W. Ludlam, Ph.D 

Superintendent 

72 A Pembroke Street, P. O. Box 72, Kingston 02364 Telephone (61 7) 585-5450 



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Report of the Recreation Director 

It is with distinct pleasure that the report of the Recreation Department is sub- 
mitted to the residents of Cohasset. 

During Fiscal Year 1985, July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, 6,268 individuals of 
all ages participated in various structured recreation programs, special events and ac- 
tivities. As in past years we are indebted to the increasing number of adult and youth 
volunteers who have given generously of time, effort, and expertise essential to the con- 
duct of many programs that budget restrictions would otherwise render impossible to 
operate. 

Increased utilization of the Revolving Account Fund for self-supporting programs 
continues to allow the operation of a number of adult and children's specialized pro- 
grams. During Fiscal 1985, a total of $10,600.60 was transacted through the Revolving 
Account affording us the ability to conduct a number of programs, ski trips, and 
lessons. While there are strict criteria for use and qualifications for Revolving Fund pro- 
grams, the programs conducted through the fund have no reflection on the tax dollar. 
In other words, the program participants alone pay 100% of the program cost via a per 
capita fee charge. 

Not unlike the Revolving Account Fund, are direct vendor payments which also do 
not reflect the tax dollar. Approximately $8,000.00 of programs, trips, and special 
events were conducted in this manner during Fiscal 1985. 

A number of programs are conducted through the Recreation Commission's An- 
nual budget. Most programs have a minimal fee of $5.00 to $10.00 per participant, and 
in the case of children's programs, a 50% discount for subsequent children in the same 
family is offered in most cases. 

Through program fees during Fiscal 1985, the Recreation Department turned over 
to the General Fund of the Town $7,318.00. Monies turned over to the General Fund 
from Recreation fee charges are not for future use by the Recreation Department. 
Rather, these monies are to offset the tax rate during the following Fiscal Year, hence, 
of benefit to each taxpayer of Cohasset. 

An additional sum of $19,198.00 was turned over to the General Fund during 
Fiscal 1985, via fees from Facility Permits. The figure $19,198.00 is $4,822.00 less than 
Facility Permit Fees collected during Fiscal 1984. There are a couple of reasons for this, 
the most apparent being the fee reduction from $10.00 to $6.00. Other reasons include 
dropping the age of senior citizen discounts from 65 to 63 years of age, and the actual 
number of permits issued during the Fiscal Year. Annual issuance generally begins the 
first Monday in June, and continues through mid- July. The Fiscal Year ends June 30th 
each year, hence, the number of individuals who obtain permits before July 1, of each 
year have a direct reflection on the fees collected each Fiscal Year. Therefore, every two 
year period would reflect the average annual amount of fees collected. 

Beechwood Play Lot construction was completed for the most part during the Fall 
of 1984. Use of the area has been greater than anticipated and additional work is cur- 
rently planned to offer more structural support to the fence and basketball standards. It 
should be noted however, that any damage to the area was not due to vandalism but on- 
ly over-use. In conjunction with this project many thanks are due to various Town 
Departments, and especially Mr. Harold Litchfield and the men of the Highway 
Department, Mr. Peter Laugelle and his Tree and Park men, and special thanks to Mr. 
Edward Poskus for his valuable assistance during the planning stages of the project. 

Each year we find ourselves indebted to various individuals, town boards, and 
town departments for their continuing assistance and support. This year is no different 



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and our gratitude is expressed to all those who have lent a hand aiding us with our proj- 
ects and activities. 

As previously indicated, volunteers of all ages have made a great number of pro- 
grams possible that would not otherwise be possible if we had to rely on budget monies 
to conduct all programs. Each year there are well over 100 volunteers who come forth to 
help with various programs such as soccer, basketball leagues, special clinics, and 
numerous events. To give an idea of the impact volunteers have within our structure it 
would be necessary, if each volunteer were paid $5.00 an hour for services, to quadruple 
our total program salary budget. We all owe a debt of gratitude to the people who 
donate their Saturdays, evenings, and even holidays to provide leadership, structure, 
and expertise for our children and programs. 

The Recreation Commission, ever persistent in their cause of providing leisure serv- 
ices for all aged residents of Cohasset, deserve special gratitude for their volunteer 
service to our community: Current members are: Richard P. Barrow, Chairman; 
Gerard A. Buckley, Vice Chairman; Mary K. Muncey, Secretary, Robert G. Beggan, 
Terry E. Duggan, Alna L. Ekberg, and Peter G. Laugelle, members. 

Individually, each member of the Recreation Commission brings with them special 
areas of expertise, interests, and knowledge. Collectively, they afford the Town of 
Cohasset a wide-spectrum of talent and input. They join me in thanks for your con- 
tinued support of our programs, activities, and services. We will try to continue to meet 
the dynamic needs of our community and welcome feedback and input from any resi- 
dent. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John M. Worley 
Director of Recreation 

Personnel Committee 

After thoughtful consideration the Personnel Committee voted to request pro- 
posals to study and make recommendations with respect to the classification and com- 
pensation system for non-union employees of the town. Five proposals were received in 
response to thirteen requests. Special Town Meeting, December 9, 1985, Article 12 ap- 
propriated $18,000 for such a study. Approximately $6,000 of this appropriation, to be 
reimbursed by a grant from the Executive Office of Communities and Development, 
will be used to train department heads in employee evaluation and to publish a training 
manual. On January 27, 1986, the Selectmen signed a contract with Caleb Marsh, 
Associates, Inc., Hingham, MA, to perform the study. Study completion is targeted for 
May 15, 1986, although the consultant expects to complete much of the work before 
that date. 

Negotiations for a contract with the Fireman's Local #2804 were completed in 
March of 1985. The result was a three-year contract from July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1987. 
Negotiations for a new contract with the Police are ongoing. These negotiations are 
presently under the jurisdiction of the state Joint Labor Management Commission. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Janet M. Daggett 

Frank Evans 

Michael Howley 

Edward Lubitz 

Rita Strong 



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Report of the Sewer Commission 

We are pleased to report that 1985 witnessed one of our best operating years to 
date. The plant met its discharge permit in two of the twelve months and was close to its 
permit parameters in others. During the Spring, the operation of our plant and most 
others in Eastern Massachusetts was affected by an infestation of filamentus bacteria. 
With the assistance of DWPC field engineer Joe Shepard and the hard work of our 
staff, this operational problem was brought under control. 

During the aftermath of Hurricane Gloria, the necessity for an emergency 
generator to power the pump station at the High School became apparent. We have 
submitted an article in the Annual Town Meeting Warrant to correct this deficiency. 

The Town Wastewater Facilities Plan, which was approved at the Special Town 
Meeting on June 19, 1985, still awaits start of design and construction. Having con- 
fronted numerous bureaucratic hurdles, hearings, and appeals, we appear close to 
design commencement. Our last delay, a state-ordered study of the Hull interceptor 
system has been completed, and at the end of 1985, our engineer was meeting with the 
DWPC to adjust our sewer service area to the level of funding granted our collector 
system. With the concurrence of Hull, we expect to complete design of our inter- 
municipal connection during 1986, with construction to commence in late 1986 or early 
1987. 

Our on-site program was denied the priority necessary to receive immediate design 
and construction grants. Although disappointed in this we are pleased that the Com- 
monwealth has passed legislation that will provide 70% State funding for on-site correc- 
tion systems for communities whose project rankings are too low on the DWPC/EPA 
priority list for both federal and state grants. We are pleased that our on-site plan is 
completed and already positioned on the priority list. 

Early in 1986, we shall submit a request for our share of the $168,000,000 allotted 
by the state for this program. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles DeSantis, Chairman 
for the Sewer Commission 



Recycling Committee 

Recycling has remained and continues strong and healthy, mainly through the 
cooperation of the townspeople and the efforts of our two recycling monitors. 

Prices and scrap demand have been low for the year. Despite this, shipments have 
continued strong. 

The main reason for recycling is saving or conserving space in our municipal land- 
fill. In 1985, 238 Tons of paper was shipped to Quincy and 17.42 Tons of crushed glass 
to Connecticut. Several bins of white metal has been shipped out at no cost to the 
Town. Aluminum shipped weighed in at 760 lbs. 

Boyscout service projects included painting barrels, waterproofing the work plat- 
form, construction and payment for the 3 ' x 4 ' directional sign at the entrance. Pro- 
ceeds from returnable bottles have been used to underwrite these costs. 

Presently an eagle scout project of providing funds and construction of an office/ 
storage building for recycling is underway. 



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The Recycling Committee would like to thank all citizens of Cohasset who have 
contributed to our efforts, including the swap items displayed that are "too good to 
throw away." 

Irrespective of the future of our landfill, recycling will be a way of life if we are to 
survive our "discards." 

Arthur L. Lehr 

Merle Brown 

Jack Hubbard 

Recycling Committee 



Cohasset Housing Authority 

The Cohasset Housing Authority is a state- funded authority and is administered by 
the Cohasset Housing Board. It is comprised of sixty-four units, four of which are set 
aside for the handicapped and the remaining sixty for the elderly. In 1985 we operated 
at full capacity. The Authority is not a self sufficient entity and each year we receive 
funds from the State Office of Communities and Development for the maintenance and 
routine repair of the complex. 

We applied to the state for modernization funds for the upkeep and repair of the 
complex. In the fall of this year these funds were approved and we received the good 
news that this work can go forward. We are presently about to embark on a major 
renovation project which will not only assure the safety of the bridges and balconies but 
will also improve the appearance of the complex. In addition, energy conservation 
measures are always being taken to improve the comfort and care of the tenants. 

We wish to take this opportunity to express our thanks to the Visiting Nurse 
Association, The Social Service League and to all other town organizations and in- 
dividuals who have contributed their support throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Marguerite M. Libby, Chairman 

John D. Muncey, Vice Chairman 

Ralph Perroncello, Treasurer 

Leo J. Happenny, Assistant Treasurer 

Kathleen M. Conte, Assistant Secretary 



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Report of the Social Service League of Cohasset 
Board of Health Nursing Services 

The Social Service League under contract with the Board of Health offers public 
health Nursing services to the town residents. The League office at 16 Highland Avenue 
is open for blood pressure screening, urine testing, T.B. testing, general health consulta- 
tion, and a newly offered service consisting of blood sugar testing with the use of an 
accu-check blood glucose monitor. The office hours are Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 
day from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. 

The Blood pressure Keep Well Clinics were held at the monthly meetings of the 
60+ Club and on a regular monthly schedule at 60 Elm Street for its residents. 

Additional clinics available were: Blood pressure screening at Cohasset Post office 
in February and September; a pre-school vision and hearing screening for 3, 4 and 5 
year- old children held in March; a Health Fair, which included oral screening, glaucoma 
testing, breast exam, blood sugar and blood pressure screening in May, and two Flu 
Clinics held in October. 

We will continue to work cooperatively with the Board of Health Agent, Joseph 
Godzik and the members of the Cohasset Board of Health. 

We are grateful to our many volunteers for their continued service and assistance to 
the Social Service League. 



Sessions 




Attendance 


Flu Immunization Clinics 2 




175 


Keep Well Clinics 19 




386 


Special Blood Pressure screening 2 




50 


Pre-School Vision & Hearing Screening 1 




60 


Health Fair 1 




20 


Hypertension Screening on-going program 






TB Testing on-going program 






Follow-up communicable diseases on-going program 






Health Promotion on-going program 








Home visits 


420 




Office Visits 


479 




Total 1985 . . 


899 



Mary Anne Hansen 
Board of Health Nurse 



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Report of the Committee to 
Survey Structure and Functions of Town Government 

The Town Government Structure Committee has had an exceptionally active and 
successful year. We have held many meetings during 1985 with town officials, including 
the Board of Selectmen, Board of Assessors, Town Accountant, Executive Secretary, 
members of the Board of Health, Planning Board, and Drainage Advisory Committee, 
and an official from the State Executive Office of Communities and Development. 

The purpose of this Committee is to survey the structure and functions of Cohasset 
town government, its officers, departments and boards, and from time to time report 
our findings and recommendations, if any, to Town Meeting. 

A recommendation by this Committee, supported by Selectmen, to lower the 
quorum for Town Meeting from 200 to 100, was approved at the April 1985 Annual 
Town Meeting. 

The Committee, after extensive research and discussions, recommended that the 
positions of Executive Secretary and Town Accountant remain as separate positions. 
Subsequently, the Selectmen and the acting Executive Secretary/Town Accountant con- 
curred and decided to keep the positions separate. 

The Committee voted during 1985 to support the proposal by the Selectmen to 
remove the position of Town Accountant from Civil Service. A vote by Special Town 
Meeting and the enactment of special legislation at the State House have accomplished 
this change in status. 

Regarding the Board of Assessors, the Committee has voted to recommend that the 
Assessors remain an elected Board, and not be appointive. 

The Committee has voted to support the concept of creating the position of full- 
time Appraiser to work for the Assessors. Action on an Article to create that position 
was deferred until the 1986 Annual Town Meeting. 

We have studied the possibility of creating the position of Town Engineer, and 
have held many discussions with Town Boards which utilize engineering services. The 
Committee plans to continue our consideration of this question. 

The Committee has voted in the past to support the concept of joint dispatching 
between the Police and Fire Departments, and hopes that progress can be made on this 
project during 1986. 

During 1985, the Committee saw the departure of members Shirley Neer and 
Charles Aronovici, and welcomed new members John Whoriskey and John O'Donnell. 

The Committee will continue its consideration of these and other questions during 
1986, and welcomes the input and involvement of all town officials and residents in our 
efforts. 

John K. McNabb, Jr., Chairman 

Chartis Langmaid, Secretary 

Jean Cotton 

Osborne Ingram 

John O'Donnell 

John P. Reardon, Jr. 

John Whoriskey 



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Cohasset School Committee 

To the Citizens of Cohasset: 

FOCUS ON THE FUTURE 

Although this is a report for the past year, its focus is clearly on the future. It has 
been an extremely busy and exciting year for your School Committee. 

With the passage of the Educational Reform Act of 1985 (Chapter 188), our State 
Legislature has mandated many new programs to be implemented in a relatively short 
period of time. Some of these programs could have powerful and far reaching conse- 
quences. State- wide curriculum assessment with reimbursement implications, minimal 
standards for achievement and staffing, teacher evaluation — all have the potential for 
fundamentally altering the balance between the state and local departments. We are 
hopeful the Educational Reform Act will provide the framework, guidance and 
resources for Massachusetts to regain its leadership role in public education. 

As a Committee, we have spent more time in the preparation of our budget than on 
any other single issue. Your school budget is clearly more than a series of line items. Our 
process begins by reviewing all the programmatic, legal, staffing and political assump- 
tions that go into the process of putting down numbers in columns. As a Committee we 
believe in presenting budgets which are realistic to begin with, rather than assuming 
budgets are a form of collective bargaining to be negotiated with the Town Advisory 
Committee. We are extremely sensitive to the problems and fiscal constraints of our 
Town. We have made every effort to work closely with representatives of the Advisory 
Committee and feel very confident on presenting and defending the school 
department's budget at Town Meeting. 

In July of 1983, our Superintendent of Schools, Eugene Crowell, indicated to the 
School Committee he would like to plan on retiring in 1986. Superintendent Crowell 
brought to Cohasset a management philosophy, style, and belief that staff memebers 
will be more productive if they feel they have a say in the management of their areas of 
responsibility and their professional judgment is respected. We believe in the manage- 
ment team concept and the product of the collective involvement of people is much 
greater than what is achieved by individuals operating independently. This is a manage- 
ment style your Committee wanted to perpetuate and when asked if there were any ad- 
ministrators on board who had the potential to continue this style of leadership, Mr. 
Stephen Hart was readily identified. For the past three years, a concerted effort has 
been made to expand Mr. Hart's responsibilities in a way to develop and access his 
capacity for the job. Evidence of Mr. Hart's ability to combine the function of educa- 
tional leadership and administrative management was confirmed when he was voted 
unanimously by your School Committee to be our next Superintendent of Schools. Ad- 
ditionally, Mr. Richard Streeter has been promoted to Assistant Superintendent for 
Financial Management. Mr. Streeter's quantative and analytical skills, combined with 
his many years of experience, will strengthen our central administrative staff and insure 
a smooth transition for the future. With the help of a Citizens Advisory Committee, we 
hope to identify, select and have on board a new high school principal by August 1st. 

It would be a significant omission in an annual report if no mention was made of 
some of the special efforts and contributions of individual members affecting the future 
of education for the children of Cohasset and the Commonwealth. Mr. Richard Conley 
provided the idea, advice and follow-through to two of our fellow townspeople that will 
provide the financial base to create a scholarship fund for our high school graduates. 



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Our current "scholarship portfolio" has the potential of providing financial aid to a 
greater percentage of our graduating class than many public schools in the Com- 
monwealth. 

To our veteran, Mrs. Diana Kornet, we are appreciative of her role in negotiating 
the recently approved three-year contract with our professional staff. Our newest 
member, Mrs. Barbara Bliss, has spent many hours familiarizing herself with the issues 
and has been a most welcome addition to our Committee. Your Chairman has been for- 
tunate to be part of a task force that helped draft the Educational Reform act and most 
recently represented the business community on the selection committee for interview- 
ing and identifying the new Commissioner of Education for the Commonwealth. 

Finally, on behalf of the School Committee, the entire school family, and all the 
people of Cohasset, we offer our sincere thanks and appreciation to Mr. John 
Langmaid. Most every decision faced by the School Committee over the last nine years 
has been improved by Jack's input. There is no school committee person in the Com- 
monwealth who is better read, or knowledgeable of his facts. His focus on children, 
combined with his standard of excellence in education, has been the key to maintaining 
the tradition of quality the Cohasset schools enjoys. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph R. Nedrow, Chairman 
Cohasset School Committee 



Cohasset School Department 

GOOD SCHOOLS— A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT 

Each year local and area real estate brokers call the school department and ask to 
be provided with data which will describe and answer the many questions concerning 
our schools and their reputation that they receive from prospective buyers of homes in 
the South Shore area. The realtors tell us that the schools, to a great degree, determine 
the assessed valuation of the homes in a community. For the Town of Cohasset, the first 
thing that attracts many families is the attractive geography of a quaint, seaside com- 
munity which is in commuting distance to Boston. Next is a school system which enjoys 
the reputation of a fine academic preparatory school, plus a system which is com- 
prehensive enough to provide competitive programs in athletics and the other living 
arts. For many years Cohasset has enjoyed one of the top reputations in all facets of its 
programs and time and time again it is reported to us that professionals who are re- 
settling in the southeastern areas have chosen Cohasset because of these strengths. The 
New England area has but one important natural resource and that resource is the 
potential of an educated and intelligent work force that is capable of and motivated to 
staff both the high and the low technological industries which surround the greater 
Boston area. 

New England, of course, is a mecca of universities and colleges which stimulate the 
need for excellence from its area public schools. For many years, the high degree of 
academic dedication of some of the South Shore communities has allowed those com- 
munities to become Lighthouse schools which have set the tone of quality instruction 
and has provided a feeder system for the prestige universities along the eastern 
seaboard. 



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During this school year Cohasset has maintained its high reputation. Its academic 
programs are accepted by all colleges and universities, its great variety of living arts pro- 
grams, its extra-curricular activities (student participation level of over 60%), and its 
amazing success in competitive varsity athletics combined to earn us this standing. The 
boys and girls who attend the Cohasset schools are highly motivated toward post secon- 
dary education. Their parents place education as a top priority, realizing to a great 
degree, that financial as well as social mobility will reflect the quality and successful 
completion of post secondary education. The Cohasset community, while practicing 
strict fiscal control has to date been able to maintain our school system in order that it 
may continue its standards. However, the time is fast approaching when limiting ad- 
justments will have to be made to the quality of our programs if new local or State fund- 
ing sources are not found. The reform bill which was signed into law by our Governor 
this year is a step forward toward focusing the public's attention on the necessity of 
quality schools. However, it is but a first step and the attention which it has received 
must be realistically funded and given a chance to be implemented. Many of the towns 
and cities, like Cohasset, already have in place many of the suggested new programs of 
the reform bill. The cornerstone of the bill is local control which I believe will allow it to 
work and the foundation upon which local schools can improve and customize their 
educational programs based upon the needs of their individual communities. At the 
same time, it will afford the Commonwealth an educational base which will insure a 
quality of educational opportunity to the students of the State. 

At this time, as I write my last annual Town Report as a public school ad- 
ministrator, I would like to take the opportunity to thank the Town and all my 
associates for the cooperation and the professional help which they have given me dur- 
ing my tenure as Superintendent. I wish you to know that if I planned to continue as a 
public school Superintendent, I would prefer to be in no other community. I would cer- 
tainly be remiss if I did not mention the performance of the young men and women of 
this school system. One of the wonderful things about being associated with a public 
school system is that the students refuse to allow you to grow old. Time after time they 
amaze us by their success at State tournaments, their placement in colleges, and in the 
earning of the recognition and awards which they achieve as they pursue their chosen 
goals. 

Included for your inspection is our Junior/Senior High School Profile of last 
year's graduating class. We are proud of their accomplishments and proud of the job 
which the teaching staff and the community has done in providing an educational set- 
ting which allows this to happen. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Eugene C. Crowell 
Superintendent of Schools 



159 



SCHOOLS and COLLEGES ACCEPTING COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS 

CLASS OF 1985 



American University, The 

Aquinas Junior College 

Assumption College 

Babson College 

Bard College 

Bates College 

Bennington College 

Bentley College 

Boston College 

Boston University 

Bridgewater State College 

Brown University 

Bryant College 

Burdett School 

Canisius College 

Carroll College 

Chamberlayne Junior College 

Clarkson University 

Clemson University 

Colby College 

Colgate University 

College of the Holy Cross, The 

Colorado College 

Colorado University 

Connecticut College 

Curry College 

Dean Junior College 

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 

Emerson College 

Endicott College 

Fitchburg State College 

Framingham State College 

Franklin Institute of Technology 

Franklin Pierce College 

George Washington University 

Hampshire College 

Harvard College 

Hawthorne College 

Hofstra University 

Ithaca College 

Johnson & Wales College 

Katharine Gibbs School 

Lesley College 

Macalester College 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Massasoit Community College 

McMaster University 

Merrimack College 

Middlebury College 

Morehouse College 

Mt. Holyoke College 

New England College 

New Hampshire College 

New Hampton School 

Niagra University 

Nichols College 

North Adams State College 

North Carolina Central University 

North Carolina State University 

Northeastern University 

Norwich University 

Ohio State University 



Ohio Wesleyan University 

Pine Manor College 

Plymouth State College 

Providence College 

Quincy Junior College 

Regis College 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Rochester Institute of Technology 

Roger Williams College 

St. Anselm College 

St. Lawrence University 

St. Michael's College 

Salem State College 

Sarah Lawrence College 

Simmons College 

Skidmore College 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 

Southern Connecticut State University 

Springfield College 

Stevens Institute of Technology 

State University of New York 

Stonehill College 

Suffolk University 

Syracuse University 

Trinity College 

Tufts University 

Tulane University 

United State Naval Academy Prep School 

University of Denver 

University of Exeter 

University of Florida 

University of Hartford 

University of Lowell 

University of Maine/Farmington 

University of Maine/Orono 

University of Mass. /Amherst 

University of Mass. /Boston 

University of New Hampshire 

University of North Carolina 

University of Rhode Island 

University of Richmond 

University of South Carolina 

University of Southern California 

University of Southern Maine 

University of Vermont 

Utah State College 

Vassar College 

Washington University 

Weber State College 

Wellesley College 

Wentworth Institute of Technology 

Wesleyan University 

Westbrook College 

Western New England College 

Westfield State College 

Wheaton College 

Wheelock College 

Williams College 

William Smith College 

Worcester Academy 

Worcester Polytechnical Institute 

160 — 



PROFILE OF THE CLASS OF 1986 

Cohasset is a residential community of about 7800 population situated on the coast 20 miles south of Boston. Most of 
the residents are engaged in professional occupations and business in the city of Boston. The town is one of a high 
socio-economic status. 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT - 1985 - 1986 

Grade 9-126; Grade 10 - 132; Grade 11-1 14; Grade 12 - 129; TOTAL - 501. 

I.Q. AVERAGE 116 

IOWA TEST OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

The class of 1986 has maintained an average above the 75th 7c Ue for the past 3 years. 

GRADE DISTRIBUTION - based on final grades as Juniors in full-year major academic courses only 

1984-1985 A B C D F 

8% 32% 45% 11% 4% 
Average grade index for all students in the Junior Year was 2.28 on a 4 point scale. (A=4; B=3; C=2; L>*1) 
Percent of students studying 5 major subjects 89%. 
Students are ranked by the recommendation of the N.A.S.S.P. and A.A.C.R.A.O. 

ACCREDITATION 

New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools latest accreditation - 1 982. 

ADVANCED EDUCATION (Class of 1985) 



4 Yr. Colleges 


2 Yr. Colleges 






Public Private 


Public Private Nursing & Other 


Work 


Service 


31% 48% 


3% 1% 2% 

85% to further education 


15% 


0% 



STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO: 1 3-1 (Includes All Professional Staff) 

All English classes limited to 25 or fewer students. All other classes limited to 30 or fewer students. 

AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 21 

Each subject area is grouped homogeneously independently of other subjects. Each discipline has honors grouping; for example, honors 
groups in English, history, mathematics, science and languages. Cohasset is utilizing the following programs - ISCS Science; BSCS Biol- 
ogy; Harvard Project Physics; PSSC Physics, and CHEM Chemistry. We have been a participant in the Advanced Placement Program for the 
past 24 years. This year advanced placement courses will be offered in calculus, English, biology, computer science, European History, 
French, Spanish, and Latin. Language courses employ the use of a language laboratory. 



Average 457 
VERBAL 



COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION - JUNIOR YEAR SCORES 
S.A.T. 



2% 

2% 

5% 

11% 

15% 

21% 

16% 

15% 

9% 

3% 

1% 



750-800 
700-749 
650-699 
600-649 
550-599 
500-549 
450-499 
400-449 
350-399 
300-349 
250-299 
200-249 



Average 492 
MATH 



4% 
9% 
8% 
15% 
13% 
11% 
18% 
11% 
8% 
3% 



Achievement Averages 

Biology 547 

Chemistry 605 

English Composition 513 

Math Level 1 548 

Spanish 506 

Each achievement test listed 
above included 1 1 or more 
examinations. 



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ADVANCED PLACEMENT GRADE DISTRIBUTION 
BY EXAM AND MEAN SCORES 






Exam 



Biology 


1 


Calculus AB 





Computer Science 





English Lang. & Comp. 


1 


English Lit. & Comp. 


2 


European History 





French Literature 


1 


Latin 





Spanish Language 






1 


Mean Score 





3.3 





3.1 





2.5 





4.0 





3.6 





3.1 





3.2 


3 


1.9 





3.7 



Grade Distribution Summary 



Grade 

5 
4 

3 
2 

1 





Percent 


imber 


of Total 


5 


9% 


11 


19% 


31 


53% 


8 


14% 


_3 


5% 


58 


100% 



Combined mean score for all A J*. Exams taken by Cohasset High 
School Juniors and Seniors in 1985 - 3.12. 

Eight-one percent (81%) of all exams taken received a score of three 
or better. 



COURSE LEGEND 

The abbreviations below frequently appear on the Cohasset High School transcript. For those not completely familiar with the specifics 
of the Cohasset High School curriculum, the following brief descriptions are provided: 
ENGLISH and SOCIAL STUDIES - GRADE 9 



WSOC/Eng Western Society/English 

WSOC/Soc St . . . .Western Society/Social Studies 

ENGLISH and SOCIAL STUDIES - GRADE 10 
ASTDY/Eng . . . .American Study/English 
ASTDY/Soc St. . . .American Study/Social Studies 



ENGLISH -GRADE 11 

Jr.W.P Junior Writing Program 

E.C.S English Communications Skills 

SCIENCE 

ISCS III Intermediate Science Curriculum Study 



Physics PSSC . . . .Physical Science Study Committee 



Physics HPP .... .Harvard Project Physics 



GENERAL 

Alt Sch .Alternative School Program 



A team taught Humanities program required of all 9th 
Graders with the focus on the history and literature of 
Western Civilization. 



A team taught American Studies program required of all 10th 
Graders with the focus on American History and Literature. 
The Social Studies portion of this program meets the Ameri- 
can History graduation requirement. 



A one quarter 04), intensive writing course required of all 
Juniors. 

A one quarter (%) course, stresses grammar, usage, and 
mechanics of language. Strongly recommended for all College 
Preparatory students. 



A continuation of a Junior High School Science program 
organized around the use of individual laboratory investiga- 
tions. The course allows students to proceed at their own pace. 

An Honors Physics course with equal emphasis on lecture and 

laboratory. 

A multi-avenue approach to the study of Physics with the 

emphasis on individual experiments and observation. 

Cohasset High School offers an alternative to the traditional 
program. All courses taught or supervised by Alternative 
School staff are so indicated on the transcript 



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CLASS RANK and GRADE POINT AVERAGE INFORMATION 

Class Rank and Grade Point Average are calculated by computer at the end of every marking period from Grade 9 
through Grade 1 2. This information is readily available and students are advised to check their rank in class periodically 
in order to improve upon past performance and to assess their potential for college admissions. 

There are three (3) different ranks in class on file throughout a student's attendance at Cohasset High School. 



I. Current 



This data ranks students within a grade for the one marking period that is being currently re- 
ported. 



2. Year-to-date This data ranks students within a grade for any one year and includes all completed marking 

periods of that year. 

3. Career This data ranks students within a grade on a cumulative basis from Grade 9 to the most recent 

marking period or through graduation. 77r/s Class Rank is included on the High School trans- 
cript. 

Class rank and Grade Point Average are computed through the recognition of course and section difficulty. The five (5) 
levels of difficulty are: 



1 . Level one represents Advanced Placement courses (AP). 

2. Level two represents Honors courses (H). 

3. Level three represents Advanced courses (A). 

4. Level four indicates a College Preparatory course (CP). 

5. Level five indicates a major subject that is not College Preparatory in nature but requires outside preparation 
(General. Basic). 

6. Non-academic electives have no weights and therefore have no bearing on Class Rank or Grade Point Average. 







WEIGHTING SCALE 










CURRICULUM 
















LEVELS 


1 


2 3 






4 




5 






1 Full Grade 


Full Grade 




Full Grade 






\ 1/3 Grade 2/3 Grade ♦ 
Advanced 










General 




Placement 


Honors Advanced 




College Preparatory 


or Basic 


A 


18 


17 15 






12 




9 


A- 


17 


16 14 






11 




8 


B+ 


16 


15 13 






10 




7 


B 


15 


14 12 






9 




6 


B- 


14 


13 11 






8 




5 


C+ 


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vanccd academic subject would receive a weight of 1 2. In other words, there is a difference of a full grade 
between an Advanced Placement grade and a grade in the Advanced program. Likewise, there is a differ- 
ence of a full grade between the grade of an Advanced course and a regular College Preparatory course. 
Because of this weighting system, students in the accelerated programs are held to very rigorous standards, 
and grading is quite severe. 



— 163 — 



South Shore Regional Vocational Technical 
School Committee 

The vocational technical high school operated by the South Shore Regional District 
has had a very active and successful year in a period of considerable fiscal constraint 
and due to the recently enacted education reform act in Massachusetts. The school 
population continues to increase, running counter to the trend in most of our eight 
member towns, and stands at 541, a 5.6% increase. Last year Cohasset sent six students 
to the school and currently there are twelve. This doubling of our representation has a 
resulting effect on the assessment to Cohasset for FY87. 

State support of our growing school district does not match the support of towns 
which show a decline in student population. In addition, the Gramm-Rudman Act may 
have adverse effects on Federal support of state education and thus on all school 
districts. Our district, like all others, feels the pressure of "uncontrollable" budget in- 
creases such as in insurance, medical insurance, pension assessments, teacher contracts, 
etc. 

The motivation of students and staff is very high at South Shore VoTech and the 
education there is of excellent quality, as the demand for our graduates shows. Cohasset 
citizens are always welcome to inspect our facilities including the workshops. 

David Chittim 

Cohasset Member 

South Shore Regional School Committee 



Tree, Park and Cemetery Department 

The Tree, Park and Cemetery Department has had a busy spring and summer 
maintaining all Grounds as it was perfect weather for grass to grow. The Tree and Park 
Department maintains roadside cutting of brush and trees. The Cemetery Department 
had more grave openings than usual and also maintained the Grounds. 

The Tree and Park Department's biggest project was due to Hurricane Gloria on 
September 27th. The hurricane struck while we were still mowing and maintaining the 
Grounds. The hurricane did a lot of damage to roadside trees and to private property. 
The Tree and Park Department, with outside hired equipment and town equipment and 
men, took care of most of the damage. There is still work to be done and we are doing 
that whenever possible. We expect to rent a bucket truck to help clear the last remaining 
branches and trees due to the hurricane. 

I would like to thank the Highway and Wire Departments, this Department and the 
other departments in town for their assistance throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Peter G. Laugelle 
Superintendent 



164 



South Shore Regional School District 

It is my pleasure to submit this brief report to the residents of Cohasset on the cur- 
rent status of South Shore Regional Vocational Technical School. 

South Shore Tech is currently offering seventeen vocational and technical pro- 
grams to the students of our eight member communities. Since 1981, the programs 
available at South Shore have increased from eleven to a total of seventeen. Services 
provided to students with special needs have increased with the addition of an afternoon 
program for students who ordinarily would not be attending South Shore. In addition, 
three aides have been obtained through a grant to assist special needs students in both 
the resource room and shop classes. 

Seventeen percent of our 1985 graduates went on to higher education. Most of the 
rest went directly into employment — 79% — or the military service — 2%. During the 
1985/86 school year, South Shore had a total of 541 district and out-of-district students 
in attendance. A total of twelve students are attending South Shore from Cohasset. 

The athletic department experienced excellent success in interscholastic soccer and 
basketball during the 1985-86 school year. Our varsity soccer and basketball teams 
finished with outstanding records over the last two years. The best teams in many years. 
The boys' varsity basketball team had its best record ever in 1984/85. The basketball 
team made the state tournaments in 83/84 for the first time. 

The future is extremely bright for your regional vocational technical school. 
Responsible growth is being planned and initiated. Services are expanding and more 
students and adults are being served. The School Committee, staff and students at 
South Shore join together in thanking you for your confidence and support over the 
years. 

Submitted by, 

Clifford W. Easton 
Superintendent Director 



Town Hall Study Committee 

During 1985 the committee completed the evaluation of surveys made on town of- 
fice requirements and prepared a program for securing design service proposals. At this 
writing advertisements have been placed and after studying proposals and interviewing 
applicants, the committee will present a recommended list to the Board of Selectmen. 
The successful applicant will prepare the necessary plans and specifications for approval 
of Town Meeting to proceed with the project as soon as possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Benjamin S. Blake, Chairman 

Anthony Fasciano 

Colin Studds 

David Terry 

Joseph Wolfe, Jr., Secretary 



165 



Report of the Board of Water Commissioners 

The Board of Water Commissioners submit the following report for 1985. 

Total Production 214,782,800 gallons 

Job Orders Processed 485 

New Main Added 3,840 feet 

Hydrants Replaced 8 

New Consumers 52 

In January 1985, the department was in receipt of a grant from the Massachusetts 
Department of Public Health, Fluoride Engineering Division, for $1,039.00 as re- 
imbursement for a percentage of our cost of Fluoride used. 

Final work and clean-up was done on the new water main project for Atlantic 
Avenue, Border Street, Jerusalem Road and Joy Place, and final grant payments from 
the State were processed for this work. 

The Department continues to focus its attention on protection of the town's water 
resources. The Building Moratorium was adopted in order to temporarily halt develop- 
ment within the watershed area until a bylaw that will further protect these supplies is 
adopted. The Watershed Protection District Committee is preparing that bylaw based 
on a report prepared by consulting engineers Camp Dresser & McKee entitled "Water 
Resources Management Plan." A Hydrogeological study, also prepared by Camp 
Dresser & McKee will assess impact on water resources by various activities in and 
around the Watershed. 

The Board of Water Commissioners would like to extend their appreciation to 
Superintendent Benjamin F. Curley and the men and women of the department for 
their tireless efforts and dedication to the community. We would like to thank all Town 
departments for their co-operation, with special thanks once again to Highway 
Surveyor Harold Litchfield and his men for their cooperation and assistance during the 
year. 

Lot E. Bates 

William J. Montuori 

Peter J. Pratt 

Commissioners 

Benjamin F. Curley 
Superintendent 



— 166 — 



Watershed Protection Area Committee 

The Committee has made substantial progress in 1985. The study authorized by the 
1984 Annual Town Meeting has been completed by our consultant, Camp, Dresser & 
McKee. The final report, our "Water Resources Management Plan," has been pub- 
lished and copies are available for inspection in the library. Working with our con- 
sultants, the Committee developed a zoning bylaw establishing a "Water Resource 
District," and a general Town- wide Hazardous Material bylaw. Both of these bylaws 
will be considered at the 1986 Annual Town Meeting. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jeff Bettinger, Chairman; Tom Cook, Vice Chairman; Jack Hubbard, Secretary; Bill 
Baird, Dan Cotton, Vicky Grayken, Barbara Kern, Mary Jane McArthur, Peter Pratt 



Office of Wire Department 

I herewith submit the annual report of the Wire Department for the year ending 
December 31, 1985. 

FIRE AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS 

Twelve hundred feet of fire alarm wire was installed for replacement of damaged 
wire and to supply new boxes being installed. There were three new master fire boxes in- 
stalled on commercial buildings and tied into the towns alarm system. With the Edison 
Company replacing many poles in the town there were many changeovers to be made 
with alarm boxes and wire. There are still several changes to be completed this year. 
Traffic lights were a major problem this past year with worn out flashers and time 
clocks. With the age of some of the lights, parts were hard to come by. But at year end 
all traffic lights had been done over and new units installed in them. 

WIRE INSPECTIONS 

All electrical work performed by contractors working in town was inspected by the 
wire department and fees collected were recorded and turned into the town treasurer. 
Inspections were once again up this year due to new building and remodeling. Following 
the September storm, close to 100 homes were inspected before electricity was restored 
to the homeowner. 

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS TO TOWN BUILDINGS 

All electrical work and repairs to town-owned buildings and properties were per- 
formed by the wire department 

I wish to thank all department heads for their cooperation with the wire depart- 
ment this year and to the men of the fire department who see to it that all phone calls 
and messages received for the wire department are delivered and recorded. To the men 
of the department who worked with me this past year, a job well done. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Stephen F. Wigmore 
Superintendent of Wires 



— 167 — 



Report of the Treasurer-Collector 

Along with the change in the physical set up of our office, Fiscal 1985 was the year 
we changed our policy on tax collections. 

By changing the physical set up, our hope was to present to the Town a fully- 
trained staff with coverage in every area of responsibility possible. I believe we have ac- 
complished that. 

Our biggest challenge was to reduce the amount of back taxes owed the Town. On 
October 1, 1984, when I was appointed Treasurer- Collector, the certified amount of 
outstanding Personal Property, Motor Vehicle, Boat Excise, Real Estate taxes and 
Water bills totalled $595,720.19. On October 1, 1985 the total was $363,554.75. 

Our next goal was to mail the Real Estate Tax bills in a more timely manner. Work- 
ing in conjunction with the Assessors' Office the fall 1984 bills were mailed on 
November 20th and the spring 1985 bills were mailed on march 25th. During the three 
fiscal years 1982-84 the Town borrowed, in anticipation of tax revenue, $12,000,000.00 
with an interest cost of $150,786.83. During fiscal 1985 we borrowed $2,000,000.00 with 
an interest cost of $15,911.56. 

Another goal was to bring the policy on delinquent taxes and tax title properties in 
line with surrounding towns and in compliance with the Massachusetts General Laws. 
In the beginning of Fiscal 1985 the unpaid 1982 taxed properties were put into tax title. 
We proceeded on the 1983 and 1984 bills last spring and they are now recorded in 
Dedham. In the spring of 1986 the unpaid 1985 bills are going to be processed for tax 
title. Stepping up this procedure will improve our cash flow; we will have more money 
to invest which will increase our interest income; and hopefully we will not have to bor- 
row in anticipation of tax revenue. If we do have to borrow it would be a lesser amount 
and for a shorter length of time than in the past which would reduce the amount of in- 
terest we pay on those loans. 

A large portion of the work in our office is directly related to the Accountant's Of- 
fice. My staff and I would like to thank Bill Signorelli, former Town Accountant, for 
seventeen years of dedicated service and leadership to the Town of Cohasset. 

As the State increases its demands on our office we become more and more con- 
scious of fiscal responsibility and accountability. Due to the diligence and hard work of 
my staff I feel we have accomplished the goals we set for ourselves in Fiscal 1985. We 
have new goals for 1986 and will continue to serve the Town to the best of our ability. 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer- Collector 



— 168 



Report of the Collector 

July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Board of Assessors — Fiscal 1985 

1974-1983 Motor Vehicle, Re-commitments 2,026.94 

1983 Motor Vehicle Commitments 1 ,844.93 

1984 Motor Vehicle Comitments 80,976. 10 

1985 Motor Vehicle Commitments 297,626.09 
1985 Boat Excise Commitment 15,555.00 
1985 Personal Property Commitment 92,374.68 
1982 Real Estate Commitment, Additional 561 .92 
1985 Real Estate Commitment 6,239,71 1 .66 
1985 Sewer Betterment, Added to Taxes 2,049.01 
1985 Committed Interest, Added to Taxes 928.36 
1 985 Sewer Connection, Added to Taxes 70.00 
1985 Sewer Connection Interest, Added to Taxes 34.75 

Sewer Betterment Paid in Advance 420.00 

Committed Interest Paid in Advance 7.53 

$6,734,186.97 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Harbor Master 25 ,224.00 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Water Department 534,267.52 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Sewer Department 1 9,668 .94 



Total Abatement Certificates from Board of Assessors— Fiscal 1985 

Levy of 1980 

Motor Vehicle 22.28 

Levy of 1981 

Motor Vehicle 351.23 

Levy of 1982 

Boat Excise 55.00 

Motor Vehicle 1,890.38 

Real Estate 749.97 

Levy of 1983 

Boat Excise 249.00 

Motor Vehicle 38.28 

Real Estate 8,520.09 

Levy of 1984 

Boat Excise 506.47 

Motor Vehicle 9,292.90 

Personal Property 20,9 1 3 . 84 

Real Estate 35,989.09 

Levy of 1985 

Boat Excise 4,801.01 

Motor Vehicle 14,521.42 

Personal Property 758.10 

Real Estate 63,602.81 

$162,261.87 

— 169 — 



Total Abatements from the Harbor Master— Fiscal 1985 




Fiscal 1984 


118.00 


Fiscal 1985 


1,321.00 


Total Abatements from the Water and Sewer Departments — Fiscal 1985 




Water 


5,945.75 


Sewer 


105.45 


Interest 


1,006.15 



Unpaid Taxes & Charges 6/30/85 



1984 Personal Property 

1985 Personal Property 

1983 Real Estate 

1984 Real Estate 

1985 Real Estate 

1974-1985 Motor Vehicle Excise 
Boat Excise Taxes 



Departmental: 

Ambulance Services 
Mooring Fees 
Rentals & Miscellaneous 
Lien, Demolition of Bldg. 
Veterans' Assistance 
Town Hall 



Water Department: 
Water Meters 
Water Interest 
Water Miscellaneous 



Sewer Department: 
Sewer Use Charges 

Sewer Betterment Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1983 
Committed Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1983 
Sewer Betterment Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1984 
Committed Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1984 
Sewer Betterment Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1985 
Committed Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1985 



93.23 

3,156.85 

14,663.33 

67,062.61 

272,668.65 

73,734.96 

1,536.00 

432,915.63 



34,920.16 
254.00 
257.11 
500.00 
3,776.05 
—0— 

39,707.32 



58,894.39 
-1,004.70 
-2,026.01 

55,863.68 



5,053.53 
23.75 
13.06 
23.75 
12.13 
110.75 
42.81 

5,279.78 



Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



— 170 — 



Report of the Town Treasurer 

July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985 



BALANCE IN TREASURY July 1, 1984 




$1,377,850.61 


Received from Collector of Taxes 


7,225,130.82 




Received from Town Collector 


51,845.36 




Received from Other Sources 


8,735,156.71 




TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR FISCAL 1985 




+ 16,012,132.89 


PAID: Selectmen's Warrants Nos. 54-56 






Nos. 1-60 




-15,575,509.84 


BALANCE IN TREASURY JUNE 30, 1985 




$1,814,473.66 


DEPOSITORIES 




Lincoln Trust Co. 


$180,399.85 




Lincoln Trust Co., Money Mkt. 


586,378.26 




Lincoln Trust Co., Pkg. Viol. 


592.84 




Boston Safe Deposit 


436.21 




Boston Safe Deposit, Money Mkt. 


510,210.38 




Rockland Trust Company, Money Mkt. 


104,575.84 




Patriot Bank N/A 


5,727.30 




State Street Bank & Trust 


198,634.94 




Bank of Boston 


893.34 




Bank of Boston, Money Mkt. 


60,107.05 




South Shore Bank (Fed. Rev.) 


9,900.36 




Norfolk County Trust (BayBank) 


156,467.29 




Cash in Drawer 


150.00 




TOTAL 


$1,814,473.66 





Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



— 171 — 



SALARIES AND WAGES PAID CALENDAR YEAR 1985 
(Includes Town and School Employees) 



WATER DEPARTMENT 




ELECTIONS 




Andrews, Jr., Albert L. 


22,380.26 


Baccari, Dominic M. 


17.06 


Butman, Kenneth B. 


13,299.84 


Bailey, Marion 


30.24 


Curley, Jr., Benjamin 


31,551.04 


Bjorkgren, Dorothea 


28.98 


Daniels, Jonathon 


2,088.00 


Carroll, James 


22.50 


Dockendorff, Jr., David 


1,395.00 


Daunt, Alice 


326.00 


Hamilton, Frank 


19,924.96 


England, Kathleen 


43.47 


Igo, Paul L. 


1,958.15 


Fiori, Mary A. 


43.47 


Maree, Elizabeth J. 


14,870.62 


Flint, Louise 


12.88 


McAuliffe, William D. 


25,308.94 


Grassie, Mary N. 


66.83 


McGinn, Martin P. 


3,211.22 


Healy, Thomas 


43.47 


Miller, Douglas W. 


308.00 


Hernan, Margaret 


120.75 


Muncey, Francis 


288.00 


Howe, Fred 


37.03 


Parsloe, Denise J. 


16,784.02 


Jones, Constance 


852.13 


Piepenbrink, Robert 


5,009.22 


Lehr, Jr., Arthur L. 


59.57 


Protulis, Robert F. 


78.93 


Leonard, Ann 


43.47 


Sargent, Richard J. 


5,525.63 


Litchfield, Pauline 


153.92 


Sestito, Carl 


10,609.33 


Marks, Frances 


2,627.00 


Sheerin, James R. 


644.00 


Mulcahy, Bernard 


109.77 


Wheeler, Ann 


4,397.14 


Pape, Robert S. 


338.88 


Total 


179,632.30 


Pape, Robin E. 


12.88 






Pratt, Burtram J. 


326.00 


SELECTMEN 




Rhodes, Kathleen 


90.16 


Andrew, Donald R. 


21,923.10 


Rosano, Janice 


120.75 


Bailey, Marion E. 


93.24 


Salvador, Jean M. 


46.98 


Chalke, Janet M. 


18,476.96 


Soule, Kevin 


349.95 


Clark, Mary Louise 


43.44 


Tuckerman, Grace 


93.38 


Crossen, Alba M. 


949.50 


Walsh, Patricia A. 


43.47 


Cunningham, Sally 


3,641.89 


Williams, Barbara 


48.30 


Curley, James 


500.00 
22.50 






Douglas, Marion 






Jenkins, Dorothy 


113.40 


Total 


6,109.29 


Kasperowicz, Tanna 


50.68 


ACCOUNTANT 




Kealey, Joseph 


36.71 


Barbuto, Mary Ann 


12,821.19 


Kelley, Florence 


9,750.04 


Conte, Kathleen M. 


8,398.17 


Lehr, Arthur 


118.36 


Marsh, Jane L. 


83.03 


McCarthy, Mary Lou 


286.26 


Noonan, Nancy Ann 


5,302.85 


Peterson, Sheila 


42.84 


Signorelli, William 


25,923.28 


Rhodes, Kerri 


84.01 


Total 


52,528.52 


Trask, Janet 


607.50 






Walsh, Patricia 


536.29 


ASSESSORS 




Weeks, William 


125.00 


Graham, Dorothy V. 


13,710.44 






Ross, Anita L. 


9,077.36 


Total 


57,401.72 










Total 


22,787.80 


SELECTMEN/MONTHLY 








Debassio, John A. 


187.49 


ASSESSORS/MONTHLY 




England, Frank W. 


1,449.98 


Duggan, Thomas S. 


972.11 


Laugelle, Rocco 


1,083.33 


Patrolia, Michael C. 


1,300.00 


McArthur, Mary Jane 


1,083.33 


Pratt, Warren S. 


1,328.70 


Mitman, Clifford 


1,258.35 


Wilkin, Brian R. 


352.94 


Sullivan, Diane C. 


713.90 


Total 


3,953.75 


Yocum, Richard 


3,250.00 






Total 


9,026.38 







— 172 — 



TREASURER-COLLECTOR 


Linscott, Joseph 


(275.50) 275.50 


Bailey, Marion E. 


356.58 


Mansfield, Michael 


(239.25) 239.25 


Hahn, Sandra L. 


4,990.85 


Mansfield, Robert 


(239.25) 239.25 


Lincoln, Sally A. 


11,402.34 


Murphy, Paul 


(377.00) 377.00 


Ripley, Elizabeth 


25,894.54 


Noonan, Brian W. 


(2,011.00)29,989.93 


Ross, Anita L. 


104.94 


Norris, John 


(275.50) 275.50 


Snowdale, Nancy 


13,884.81 


Orcutt, John 


(1,276.00) 1,276.00 


Total 


56,634.06 


Pomarico, David J. 


(3,697.50) 32,762.72 






Powers, Mitchell 


(253.75) 253.75 


TOWN CLERK 




Reno, Leonard J. 


(58.00) 58.00 


Jones, Constance 


12,529.74 


Rhodes, III, John J. 


(1,209.50) 26,766.97 


Marks, Frances L. 


19,475.02 


Sargent, Frances P. 


229.19 


Total 


32,004.76 


Scott, Peter 


(108.75) 108.75 






Simmons, Frank 


(290.00) 290.00 


ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 


Small, John 


(3,070.38) 30,476.60 


Oteri, Carol 


1,729.86 


Souther, John R. 


(369.75) 369.75 


Total 


1,729.86 


Sullivan, Joan 


42.64 


PLANNING BOARD 




Taylor, James 


(978.75) 978.75 


Marsh, Jane L. 


22.30 


Vidal, Pedro 


(239.25) 239.25 






Yannizzi, Francis 


(116.00) 116.00 






Yocum, Richard 


(2,095.25) 30,781.49 


Total 


22.30 










Total (45, 


TOWN HALL 




FIRE DEPARTMENT 




Barbuto, Mary Ann 


271.93 


Barrow, Edward 


23,272.76 


Cone, John 


72.00 


Bilodeau, Paul T. 


26,358.24 


Litchfield, Pauline 


14,778.48 


Boswell, III, John T. 


24,581.22 


Peterson, John 


20.25 


Conley, Richard M. 


(56.09) 22,967.97 


Total 


15,142.66 


Corbo, Edward M. 


23,601.42 






Davis, Lin wood L. 


(228.64) 26,617.36 


POLICE DEPARTMENT 


Dooley, Martin W. 


34,243.00 


( ) = Off Duty Pay included in Gross Pay 


Finegan, Thomas P. 


(806.92) 24,982.39 


Abbadessa, Richard B. 


23,302.98 


Fiori, James E. 


(49.52) 24,206.72 


Ainslie, Jr., Lawrence 


(2,784.00) 30,470.27 


Gurry, James L. 


31,993.63 


Amonte, Richard 


(58.00) 58.00 


Hernan, Thomas G. 


(412.69) 23,834.95 


Barrow, Richard P. 


(1,609.75) 33,856.33 


Lincoln, Roger W. 


(57.43) 28,608.71 


Cogill, Brian 


(4,727.75) 33,298.63 


Litchfield, W. T. 


26,682.88 


Cogill, David C. 


(4,741.50) 33,755.10 


Marr, Matthew B. 


(49.52) 24,610.45 


Cogill, Susan 


42.64 


McGaffigan, Paul F. 


(294.53) 28,175.94 


Conte, Carmelo 


(3,271.25) 30,158.88 


Pompeo, Jr., Arthur M 


21,143.37 


Conte, John C. 


(2,950.75) 31,433.29 


Protulis, Robert F. 


(148.25) 24,511.00 


Fallon, Pauline 


42.64 


Protulis, William J. 


(55.11)25,253.10 


Garvin, Mark 


(239.25) 239.25 


Runey, James P. 


(137.78) 24,717.09 


Grassie, Frederick 


(3,353.50) 31,010.23 


Rosano, Randall W. 


27,228.83 


Handrahan, Ingrid C. 


106.60 


Silvia, Robert D. 


(49.52) 29,836.78 


Healy, Maureen 


(195.75) 25,004.23 


Struzik, Edward J. 


(99.04) 27,084.94 


Healey, Paul 


(58.00) 58.00 


Trask, Mark H. 


31,599.28 


Healy, Robert E. 


830.25 


Trask, Peter A. 


22,863.23 


Invernizzi, Angela D. 


141.25 


Wenzlow, Eric 


(49.52) 23,324.55 


Jackson, Diane 


31.98 






Jackson, Robert W. 


(2,517.25) 34,219.24 


Total 


(2,494.56) 652,299.81 


Jones, Clifton B. 


(1,633.25)29,187.17 


CALL FIRE DEPARTMENT 


Kealey, Joseph M. 


35,328.21 


Ainslie, Donald F. 


212.60 


Knowles, Paula 


(87.00) 87.00 


Andrews, Jr., Albert L. 


908.% 


Laugelle, Paul J. 


23,915.63 


Brooke, William E. 


704.93 


Leavitt, Mary 


31.98 


Cur ley, James 


749.69 



173 



Dickson, Clifford J. 


1,378.92 


Ritter, Harry H. 


20,984.90 


Hernan, Thomas G. 


167.84 


Roebuck, Andrew 


405.00 


Jones, Michael S. 


67.14 


Scott, Adam 


387.00 


MacNeill, John M. 


584.47 


Sheerin, James 


576.00 


Maynard, Hermon J. 


469.95 


Silvia, Donald 


72.00 


Maynard, Steven L. 


861.58 


Stover, Charles 


36.00 


McArthur, William H. 


637.80 


Wigmore, Thomas 


1,098.00 


Migliaccio, Joseph A. 


772.07 


Total 


28,301.90 


Parsloe, Denise 


514.71 






Pratt, Bruce 


268.55 


BUILDING INSPECTOR 




Robbins, Jr., Wayne H. 


55.95 


Douglas, Marion L. 


5,499.69 


Salvadore.Jr., Bernard 


11.19 


Murray, Sandra J. 


5,978.63 


Salvadore, Manuel E. 


179.03 


Poskus, Edward A. J. 


24,738.10 


Sestito, William A. 


257.36 


Total 


36,216.42 


Silvia, Harry M. 


167.84 






Silvia, Stephen G. 


615.42 


WEIGHTS & MEASURES— Monthly 


Soule, Kevin 


414.00 


Bates, Lot E. 


541.66 


Total 


10,000.00 


Total 


541.66 


TREE & PARK DEPARTMENT 




WIRE DEPARTMENT 




Buckley, Paul 


1,962.00 


Gallo, Richard 


22,980.21 


Cogill, Brian F. 


484.65 


Noonan, Robert 


4,142.25 


Cogill, Jerry 


14,756.28 


Wigmore, Stephen 


24,938.10 


Curley, James 


473.58 


Wigmore, Thomas 


108.00 


Fiori, Paul 


1,494.00 


Total 


52,168.56 


Igo, Gregory P. 


72.00 


HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 




Igo, Paul L. 


2,088.00 


Cogill, Brian F. 


15,123.49 


Laugelle, Christopher 


5,631.75 


Cogill, Jerry 


395.92 


Laugelle, Peter G. 


22,536.00 


Curley, James 


20,018.22 


Laugelle, Jr., Peter 


76.50 


Gunville, Mark 


432.00 


Litchfield, John E. 


437.85 


Healy, Jr., Thomas M. 


1,152.00 


Litchfield, Peter 


81.00 


Laugelle, Joseph S. 


100.20 


Marsh, Herbert 


480.47 


Litchfield, Harold W. 


23,568.86 


Marsh, Herbert B. 


5,541.75 


Litchfield, John E. 


15,163.45 


McGee, Philip 


36.00 


Litchfield, Patricia 


3,685.50 


Mortenson, Robert P. 


18,332.36 


Litchfield, Peggy 


1,152.00 


Noonan, Robert 


360.00 


Mahoney, Francis 


261.00 


Patrolia, David 


4,203.00 


Marsh, Herbert 


275.52 


Pattison, Jr., Robert 


360.00 


Mortenson, Robert P. 


301.84 


Ripley, Robert S. 


468.00 


Noonan, Robert 


306.00 


Sestito, Anthony C. 


536.13 


Sestito, Anthony C. 


24,729.50 


Sestito, Carl A. 


507.15 


Sestito, Carl A. 


8,906.59 


Snow, Kenneth 


297.00 


Sestito, Dale 


6,646.22 


Thayer, Jr., Kenneth 


36.00 


Stover, Jr., David A. 


2,610.00 


Total 


81,251.47 


Total 


124,828.31 


HARBOR DEPARTMENT 




DISPOSAL AREA 




Blakeman, Daniel 


18.00 


Barnes, John T. 


16,351.04 


Brown, Jeffrey 


1,062.00 


Carroll, Stephen 


126.00 


Lagrotteria, Thomas 


36.00 


Godzik, Joseph P. 


180.00 


Mahoney, Frank 


36.00 


Hoogenveen, Larry 


684.00 


McDonough, Nicholas 


27.00 


Jones, Ashley F. 


486.00 


Parker, Robert M. 


2,466.00 


Laugelle, Joseph S. 


18,956.24 


Parziale, Gary 


1,080.00 


McLarey, Daniel 


36.00 


Patterson, Gerald 


18.00 


Thayer, Kenneth E. 


171.00 



— 174 — 



Thayer, Philip 


36.00 


RECREATION DEPARTMENT 




Total 


37,026.28 


Anglin, Karin 


42.88 






Anglin, Kerri 


34.13 


SEWER DEPARTMENT 




Atkinson, Anne-Marie 


438.00 


James, William 


36.00 


Anderson, Michael R. 


9.38 


Lewis, Jr., Augustus W. 


16,514.55 


Bernstein, Glen 


58.63 


Ney, William 


1,309.50 


Bernstein, Philip 


858.76 


Ross, William G. 


1,516,42 


Brady, Michael 


569.50 


Salvador, Manuel E. 


26,503.82 


Carroll, Jr., James E. 


2,282.50 


Shepard, Roy J. 


1,107.00 


Carroll, Stephen J. 


50.75 


Walsh, Patricia 


6,728.24 


Chapman, Jennifer 


49.00 


Total 


53,715.53 


Chase, Erin 


21.00 






Clapp, Marlisa A. 


1,311.76 


CONSERVATION COMMITTEE 


Coley, Jennifer 


49.88 


Walsh, Patricia 


1,646.13 


Collins, Shannon 


569.50 


Total 


1,646.13 


Conley, Chris 


77.88 


BOARD OF HEALTH 




Cooke, Peter 


54.26 


Anderson, Nancy 


68.04 


Dockray, John 


5.25 


Frederick, Edward 


3,118.17 


Dormer, Cindy 


5.25 


Godzik, Joseph R. 


22,928.16 


Egan, Jennifer 


399.38 


Leighton, Luther S. 
Oteri, Carol 


' 2,950.38 
11,467.17 


Ellinger, Kristin 
Gallagher, Sean 


10.50 
8.75 






Hardwick, Jr., Floyd S. 

T¥*_» T»JJ 


48.13 






Henry, Todd 


33.25 


Total 


40,531.92 


Hill, Noah 


8.75 


VETERANS DEPARTMENT- 


-Monthly 


Igo, Gregory Paul 


748.13 


Keating, T. Gerard 


1,333.34 


Kuntz, Nancy 


748.13 


Ripley, Noel 


399.99 


Larson, Thomas 


28.88 






Lord, Kate 


43.75 


Total 


1,733.33 


MacDonald, David 


104.06 


CEMETERY 




Marsac, Jay 


31.51 


Cogill, Jerry 


70.00 


Mullaney, Beverly 


748.13 


Marsh, Herbert 


15,687.24 


Murphy, Kate 


15.75 


Meallo, Albert 


891.00 


O'Leary, Elizabeth 


60.38 


Meallo, Michael 


180.00 


O'Leary, Maureen 


22.75 


Total 


16,828.24 


Pompeo, J. Daniel 


139.50 






Reidy, James 


5.25 


LIBRARY DEPARTMENT 




Reidy, Joel 


5.25 


Cordeiro, Barbara 


10,900.15 


Reidy, John 


83.14 


Davenport, Heather 


1,539.06 


Riley, Nancy 


9.63 


Dunn, Sandra 


1,058.96 


Riley, Susan 


28.00 


Fahey, Jacquelyn 


997.83 


Ripley, Robert S. 


40.00 


Glasfeld, Andrew 


1,334.73 


Roy, Madeline Anne 


478.13 


Hayes, Richard E. 


29,768.26 


Sandblom, Lauren J. 


1,097.25 


Kasperowicz, Peter 


427.13 


Sandblom, Peter 


14.00 


Knight, Nancy 


11,437.21 


Shea, Melissa Ann 


49.00 


Meacham, Arthur 


385.25 


Sheppard, Amy 


7.00 


Mitchell, Joann 


13,482.25 


Shumaker, Lisa 


49.00 


Pattison, Robert 


6,376.58 


Shultz, David 


43.75 


Perry, Beth 


370.18 


Shultz, Robert 


148.75 


Pope, Marilyn T. 


12,637.28 


Smith, Michael 


13.13 


Pope, Susan M. 


11,599.38 


Staunton, Caitlin 


15.75 


Stobart, Staci 


1,311.75 


Suhrbier, Michael 


38.50 


Walsh, James Patrick 


442.21 


Suhrbier, Patrick 


29.75 


Watrous, Susan M. 


20,100.94 


Trautwein, Todd 


113.76 


Total 


124,169.15 







— 175 — 



Walsh, David M. 


410.63 


CLERICAL PAYROLL 




Weir, Chipper 


8.75 


Aronson, Miriam 


2,650.08 


Worley, John M. 


23,812.46 


Atkinson, Marian 


9,031.56 


Total 


36,188.92 


Ayer, Alison 


6,293.50 






Batts, Janice 


3,644.60 


CUSTODIAN PAYROLL 




Benbow, Mary 


6,384.26 


Ainslie, Donald F. 


16,928.60 


Bo wen, Patricia 


11,433.92 


Barrow, David 


13.80 


Brennock, Kathleen 


93.04 


Barrow, Gary 


13.80 


Brennock, Mary 


14,764.50 


Barrow, Robert E. 


19,590.38 


Brighton, Agnes 


17,371.08 


Blair, Stephen David 


10,598.73 


Broderick, Rita 


11,454.10 


Conley, James 


1,600.00 


Cahill, Corinne 


28.00 


Conley, Matt 


2,405.00 


Carroll, Ted 


172.77 


Corkery, Robert 


2,134.50 


Ciciotte, Carol 


14,354.40 


Curley, James 


97.44 


Colwill, Ilene 


741.00 


DiGirolamo, Ellen 


1,920.00 


Conte, Barbara 


13,865.30 


Esposito, Jr., Joseph 


19,646.43 


Davis, Mary 


226.44 


Haase, Donald P. 


18,133.71 


Dolan, Marie 


26.58 


Jacobucci, John J. 


25,439.99 


Mulhern, Helen T. 


8,975.56 


Jones, Thomas 


18,609.25 


Gentile, Ellen 


277.89 


Kornet, III, John L. 


1,800.00 


Gormley, Ethel S. 


15,073.33 


Kuhn, Christopher 


2,025.00 


Grayken, Mary E. 


357.98 


Madge, Peter 


13.80 


Grayken, Phyllis R. 


16,319.50 


Mahoney, Christopher 


777.50 


Henderson, Linda 


4,378.22 


McArthur, William H. 


17,127.61 


Hernan, Margaret 


2,736.57 


Soule, Eleanor 


22.50 


Hernberg, Kathleen 


3,421.36 


Soule, Kevin W. 


20,301.40 


Higgins, Jean 


14,964.50 


Stover, Charles 


22,826.36 


Larrabee, Joan M. 


1,111.23 


Thurston, Richard F. 


17,165.50 


Longo, Elizabeth 


2,812.95 


Weaver, Roger 


2,540.00 


McCarthy, Mary Lou 


861.18 


Young, Wallace 


3,461.38 


McGuire, Elizabeth 


199.80 


Total 


225,192.68 


Meehan, Barbara 


12.60 






Mercurio, Rosemarie 


6,997.04 


BUS DRIVERS 




Miller, Lorene M. 


11,908.83 


Allison, Rosemary L. 


3,636.59 


Mills, Eileen Z. 


23,096.86 


Card, George 


20.25 


Mullaney, E. 


28.00 


Figueiredo, Janet 


13,255.18 


Muncey, Mary K. 


1,657.71 


Foster, John 


11,504.24 


Murphy, Karen 


616.00 


Goldstein, Charlotte 


2,724.24 


Nardo, Stella M. 


33.60 


Green, Therese 


170.88 


Pereira, Diana 


2,890.94 


Hynes, Marylouise 


92.56 


Peroncello, Donna 


783.00 


Langton, Harry P. 


496.13 


Pratt, Marie 


567.00 


Lesher, Lorraine 


2,298.38 


Prendergast, Shirley 


4,186.33 


Loomis, Ann Marie 


482.82 


Russell, Jane 


3,281.12 


Merritt, Norma 


2,443.55 


Saccone, Emily 


6,503.90 


Palm, Bonnie 


2,165.09 


Sadler, Susan 


5,476.12 


Pape, Maria Rose 


4,824.18 


Saleski, Diane W. 


6,750.00 


Plante, Maria 


1,113.75 


Shultz, Linda 


5,440.38 


Powers, Frances 


8,474.93 


Starmer, Linda 


84.00 


Ray, Thomas P. 


6,643.31 


Staunton, Mary E. 


4,499.70 


Skidmore, Charlotte 


6,876.27 


Thompson, Cindy 


2,353.36 


Palm, Bonnie K. 


114.75 


Travers, Sheila M. 


14,192.00 


Total 


67,337.10 


Williams, Stephanie 


1,748.60 






Woomer, Mildred D. 
Total 


6,300.32 
293,432.61 



— 176 — 



PROFESSIONAL PAYROLL 

Anderson, Jon Craig 25,823.95 

Babaian, Mary A. 31,678.92 

Beatson, Elizabeth 29,331.90 

Bouchard, Joseph K. 30,533.10 

Brady, Clare 12,729.41 

Burbank, Virginia A. 29,331.90 

Chatterton, Clark 32,600.10 

Cisneros, Kenneth 25,526.02 

Contis, Carolyn M. 19,792.27 

Coultrip, Patricia L. 18,348.95 

Creamer, John F. 40,407.51 

Cronin, Frances 18,924.88 

Crowell, Eugene C. 49,685.87 

Davenport, Sally 10,284.98 

Davis, Charles R. 30,768.97 

Digirolamo, Gino J. 42,963.47 

Dodge, Jeffrey A. 3,010.08 

Dunn, Kearin A. 30,203.41 

Ekberg, Kenneth C. 41,562.56 

Emmons, Ronald L. 31,923.90 

Erbe, Samuel M. 35,006.92 

Fallon, William 24,118.59 

Federico, Joseph F. 28,063.10 

Fortin, George A. 29,331.90 

Franey, James E. 31,412.06 

Gill, Michael Patrick 27,337.23 

Gilmartin, Stephen 10,153.35 

Glasfeld, Elizabeth 14,670.73 

Gray, Carolyn M. 28,063.10 

Green, Emilie 19,792.27 

Hart, Stephen E. 42,689.92 

Hogan, Paul F. 28,502.30 

Hughes, Walter T. 29,731.90 

Izzo, Richard M. 17,055.48 

Kealey, Nancy 27,496.35 

Kelly, Donald J. 29^,331.90 

Kite, William C. 34,941.88 

Lalumiere, Maureen 10,299.05 

Lahage, Doris A. 29,331.90 

Leary, Edward J. 30,286.90 

Leary, John J. 39,252.59 

Leonard, Jr., Edward J. 29,557.98 

Lucas, Colleen 6,220.08 

Lucas, Thomas J. 25,910.31 

MacDonald, Frank A. 29,331.90 

Magnussen, David R. 25,526.02 

Marks, Bryan E. 22,912.32 

MacDermott, Edward W. 25,526.02 

Narkiewicz, Paul H. 36,158.92 

Neundorf, F. J. 27,188.79 

O'Neil, III, Thomas J. 29,999.40 

Packard, John R. 30,841.06 

Plante, Patrick A. 29,331.90 

Raccuia, John C. 25,270.47 



Reade, Donald A. 
Schleiff, Marie 
Sheehan, Edward F. 
Shirosky, Steven C. 
Streeter, Richard 
Thompson, Robert M. 
Foley, Joan L. R. 
Walsh, Dennis J. 
Watson, Marilyn 
Wood, JoEllen 
Wool, Joan M. 
Wunschel, Patricia J. 

Total 

DEER HILL 

Becker, Joseph 
Cassiani, Joan 
Chase, Patricia C. 
Cisneros, Elizabeth 
Dalbeck, Ruth 
Deakin, Frank A. 
Hibbard, Dorothy A. 
Kuntz, Dennis W. 
Levine, Raymond 
Maclnnis, John V. 
Magoun, Joanne 
McDonald, Dorothy L. 
Sullivan, Patricia M. 
Murphy, Marjorie 
Nugent, Martha Anne 
Shultz, Lawrence R. 
Sullivan, Patricia M. 
Wondolowski, Dorothy 

Total 

OSGOOD 

Alcott, Maureen P. 
Baush, Susan 
Bowker, Faith E. 
Collins, Christina 
Clark, Ruth I. 
Collins, Rosalie L. 
D'Angelo, Marilyn 
DiBenedetto, Delia 
Fink, Jeanne 
Free, Jean 
Manna, Shirley B. 
Montouri, Dorothy 
Moody, Sharon 
O'Malley, Jean 
Pratt, Helen 
Price, Marie 
Tewksbury, Shirley T. 
Weydt, Michael 

Total 



28,113.10 
28,063.10 
33,731.88 
12,958.62 
45,602.44 
29,331.90 
29,764.90 
31,093.57 
32,271.98 
28,296.10 
16,838.12 
31,411.83 



,813,554.28 



28,063.10 
25,526.02 
28,063.10 
22,612.32 
20,587.88 
28,563.10 

9,714.15 
30,441.06 
28,063.10 
25,526.02 
28,063.10 
28,063.10 
25,526.02 
18,114.54 

6,960.82 
29,051.76 
25,526.02 
12,111.12 



395,050.31 



12,787.07 
28,256.40 
28,207.10 
32,380.95 
29,331.90 
18,886.81 
28,063.10 
28,063.10 
23,619.78 
21,514.20 
24,951.65 
29,331.90 

5,226.93 
28,063.10 

6,572.65 
25,526.02 
25,526.02 
14,603.13 



410,911.81 



177 



SPECIAL NEEDS 




Suddath, Jill 


477.00 


Boomer, Jane M. 


7,472.86 


Ulfelder, Steven M. 


60.00 


Civale, Gale Ann 


21,506.97 


Watts, Karla 


1,002.75 


Ely, Florence 


20,449.22 


White, Cynthia 


66.00 


Fanning, Barbara 


6,429.42 

28,063.10 

4,221.00 


Young, Edward 
Total 


80.00 


Gallagher, Pauline 
Harkins, Catherine 


35,017.65 


Jillson, Antonette W. 


25,871.50 






Brown, Genevieve 


28,626.08 


SPORTS OFFICIALS 




Leach, Edwin M. 


29,331.90 


Abbondante, Carmine 


24.00 


Muir, Ruth C. 


17,377.35 


Adams, Bill 


51.00 


Power, Marilyn 


30,441.06 


Aikens, Robert 


40.00 


Rega, Bette 


29,331.90 


Akins, Robert 


72.00 


Sceery, Dr. Robert T. 


9,116.05 


Aldrich, Frances 


74.00 


Mello, Irene M. 


18,316.65 


Andrews, Denise 


82.00 


Yess, Denise Anne 


20,449.22 


Anstead, William 


100.00 






Attardo, Anthony 


72.00 


Total 


297,004.28 


Bancroft, Robert 


39.00 


SUBSTITUTES 




Barnett, Laura 


100.00 


Anderson, Lynn 


490.00 


Bates, Dorothy B. 


19,156.89 


Ball, Kathryn 


320.00 


Bennett, Richard 


63.00 


Birmann, Jeanne 


1,708.00 


Berksza, John 


124.00 


Buckley, Marie 


3,514.18 


Bernstein, David 


971.00 


Chaisson, Kathleen 


1,030.00 


Billings, Gregory 


46.00 


Cohen, Alan 


225.00 


Blanchard, Andrew 


804.00 


DiGirolamo, Josephine 


1,650.00 


Blanchard, Paul 


1,152.00 


Donovan, Mary 


149.50 


Bletzer, James M. 


92.00 


Dunn, Francis 


400.00 


Bogarty, Anthony 


15.00 


Dunn, Suzanne 


1,746.00 


Boggs, Eugene 


142.00 


Farrell, Frances 


280.00 


Bohlken, C. A. 


48.00 


Finnegan-Kelly, Jane 


160.00 


Bo wen, Kathleen M. 


607.00 


Freedman, Elaine 


120.00 


Bryer, Howard 


82.00 


Gurnis, Peter J. 


33.00 


Bush, Kathy 


208.00 


Hanlon, Kathleen 


179.00 


Chandler, Gregory 


41.00 


Johansen, Pamela M. 


240.00 


Chandler, Neil 


41.00 


Jordan, Letitia 


583.00 


Chisholm, Richard 


46.00 


Kamman, Marjorie K. 


1,168.51 


Clasby, Frank 


39.00 


Lalumiere, Maureen 


6,309.61 


Colarusso, George 


27.00 


Lowrey, Susan T. 


132.00 


Connell, Noreen 


74.00 


McCarthy, Alice 


975.35 


Connell, Paul 


96.00 


Meschini, Lynn Ann 


40.00 


Connelly, Pat 


39.00 


Nedrow, Ruth 


1,977.00 


Cooney, Michael 


70.00 


Noiseux, Deanne 


66.00 


Conroy, Henry 


46.00 


O'Connell, Amyra 


611.63 


Contis, Jay 


24.00 


Pratt, Helen 


200.00 


Corkery, Sean 


12.00 


Pyle, Janice D. 


309.00 


Cotton, Joseph 


24.00 


Reardon, Susan 


33.00 


Coyne, John 


45.00 


Rossman, Judy 


40.00 


Cross, David 


100.00 


Russo, Kathleen 


330.00 


Culpepper, Murrel 


1,024.00 


Sadler, Susan 


80.00 


Dalrymple, Susan 


849.00 


Sandblom, Lauren 


198.00 


Davis, John 


33.00 


Silvia, Marsha 


1,168.00 


Davis, Lin wood 


220.46 


Simeone, June 


5,716.12 


Deangelis, Lauren 


38.00 


Clark, Marylouise 


497.00 


Deghetto, David 


50.00 


Splitz, Lisa 


153.00 


Denise, Robert 


180.00 



— 178 — 



DeSantis, Charles 


36.00 


Litchfield, W. T. 


110.23 


Dickhaut, Frederick 


39.00 


MacEachern, Gerald 


46.00 


Doherty, Thomas 


46.00 


Malloy, Richard 


34.00 


Donahue, Robert 


140.00 


Mangan, Peter 


768.00 


Donnell, Michael 


102.00 


Markham, David 


54.00 


Donovan, John 


39.00 


Martens, Nancy 


82.00 


Dooley, Kevin E. 


1,536.00 


McCool, Beth 


20.00 


Doyle, Francis 


82.00 


McDavitt, Larry 


117.00 


Driscoll, Marann 


110.00 


McDonald, Richard 


34.00 


Eastman, Michael 


27.00 


McGaffigan, Paul F. 


220.45 


Emanuello, Diane 


199.00 


McGrady, Robert 


102.00 


Farrington, William 


45.00 


Meagher, Thomas 


50.00 


Farrow, John 


37.50 


Melanson, Paul 


34.00 


Ferrisi, Ralph 


78.00 


Michelangelo, Emilio 


45.00 


Fichtner, Joanne 


1,169.99 


Milbert, Phil 


36.00 


Fitzsimmons, Roy 


15.00 


Minelli, Edward 


2,072.67 


Flaherty, Thomas 


728.00 


Mixson, Martha 


100.00 


Foley, John J. 


92.00 


Moran, Kevin R. 


46.00 


Fox, Kathryn 


100.00 


Mortimer, Walter 


41.00 


Freitas, Joseph 


39.00 


Mulvey, Edward 


265.00 


Furze, William 


82.00 


Nangle, Linda 


134.00 


Gabriel, Evelyn 


50.00 


Neil, Andrew 


38.00 


Getchell, Mark 


23.00 


O'Boyle, Daniel 


49.00 


Glendye, Stephen 


24.00 


O'Connor, Kevin 


23.00 


Glynn, Monica 


52.00 


Millis, Andrea M. 


1,732.67 


Goldman, Michael 


46.00 


Patchett, Rick 


33.00 


Graber, Bruce 


48.00 


Piccini, James 


41.00 


Green, Dennis 


78.00 


Perry, Robert 


41.00 


Guilfoyle, Donald 


48.00 


Pickel, James 


102.50 


Hansen, Peter 


203.00 


Pina, Charles 


25.00 


Harrey, James 


36.00 


Pisano, Philip 


3,395.00 


Hartnett, David 


206.00 


Pittsley, Donald 


39.00 


Hartshorn, John 


46.00 


Plausse, Robert 


154.00 


Hennessy, Jack 


24.00 


Player, John 


102.00 


Henderson, Kevin 


24.00 


Pompeo, Roger Dr. 


400.00 


Hernan, Thomas 


102.60 


Prendergast, John 


63.00 


Hewitt, Kenneth 


78.00 


Prestier, Harry 


34.00 


Hietala, William 


132.00 


Pumphret, Frank 


96.00 


Holmes, Brooks 


98.00 


Raiss, Mr. A. 


36.00 


Hopkins, Ben 


41.00 


Redgate, Bob 


33.00 


Hutchens, Lee 


46.00 


Reid, John 


25.00 


Jakub, David 


205.00 


Richardi, Ann 


203.00 


Jones, Edward 


39.00 


Rodrigues, Frank 


48.00 


Joyce, William F. 


46.00 


Rosano, Randall W. 


55.11 


Kane, Daniel 


39.00 


Salerno, Matthew J. 


1,154.67 


Kates, Daniel 


84.00 


Sangster, Stephen 


34.00 


Kay, Carolyn 


74.00 


Santin, Patricia 


104.00 


Kelliher, James 


34.00 


Sargent, Kenneth 


125.00 


Kelly, Dennis 


33.00 


Shacochis, Norman 


49.00 


Kondraki, Chris 


100.00 


Shaw, James 


46.00 


Korey, Lou 


46.00 


Sheerin, Douglas 


43.00 


Lahive, Mark 


24.00 


Shultz, Robert 


15.00 


Lannin-Cotton, Madeline 


54.00 


Silvia, Robert D. 


1,714.45 


Leanues, William 


126.00 


Spolidoro, Paul 


123.00 


Lee, Mary 


54.00 


Startzell, Kennan 


1,920.00 



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St. Clair, Peter 


23.00 


LUNCHROOM PAYROLL 




Sterling, Robert 


48.00 


Ainslie, Cora 


7,367.27 


Stevenson, Donald 


46.00 


Dooley, Roseann 


7,602.30 


Stoddard, Jack 


121.00 


Jacobucci, Eileen 


3,280.71 


Straughn, Harold 


39.00 


McNeil, Jeannette 


7,471.46 


Strondak, Alan 


112.00 


Ricketts, Frances 


4,579.34 


Strone, Chris 


100.00 


Salyards, Joyce 


570.60 


Struzik, Edward J. 


110.23 


Salyards, Mildred 


10,569.67 


Sullivan, Donald M. 


46.00 


Sinopoli, Elizabeth 


8,223.22 


Sullivan, Eugene 


36.00 


Soule, Eleanor 


7,371.61 


Sullivan, James 


3,012.00 


Stahl, Marguerite N. 


2,365.92 


Sullivan, Joseph 


77.00 


Wunschel, Patricia 


1,893.50 


Swan, Jr., James 


39.00 


Total 


61,295.60 


Sweeney, Torin 


1,402.00 




Tighe, James 


81.00 


POLICE 




Tobin, Stephen 


25.00 


Cogill, Brian 


248.00 


Trask, Peter A. 


256.51 


Cogill, David C. 


290.00 


Trent, Mark 


78.00 


Conte, John 


174.00 


Viafore, Karen 


74.00 


Grassie, Frederick 


116.00 


Walker, Michael 


69.00 


Jackson, Robert W. 


59.00 


Walsh, David 


74.50 


Jones, Clifton 


232.00 


Ward, Glenn 


108.00 


Laugelle, Paul J. 


116.00 


Watson, James 


426.00 


Lincoln, Ronald 


58.00 


Weisenfluh, Kurt 


15.00 


Linscott, Joseph 


58.00 


Wenzlow, Eric W. 


216.84 


Noonan, Brian 


116.00 


White, Jack 


55.00 


Pomarico, David 


116.00 


Wong, David 


123.00 


Rhodes, III, John J. 


174.00 


Yeomans, George 


37.00 


Scott, Peter 


58.00 


Zapustas, Richard P. 


46.00 


Small, John 


58.00 


Zibelli, Nicholas 


41.00 


Yocum, Richard 


116.00 


Total 


57,834.27 


Total 


1,989.00 






Report Totals 


5,945,796.69 



— 180 



Town Accountant 

Honorable Members of the Board: 

Submitted herewith is the annual report of the Cohasset Accounting Department 
for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1985. This report includes the following: 

1. A combined Balance Sheet for all funds. 

2. Statements of Revenue, Expenditures, and changes in Fund Balance for 
all funds. 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures in the General Fund. 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures in the General Fund. 

4. Deferred Revenue Balance Sheet and Statement of Changes in Fund 
Balance. 

5. Statement of General Long-Term Debt. 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Board of Selectmen and the 
various other department heads for the assistance provided and the cooperation given to 
this department throughout the year. I would also like to add a special note of thanks to 
the staff of the Accounting Department for the extra effort made during this very trying 
year of transition for this office. 

Late in 1985, we were saddened by the death of former Town Accountant, 
Malcolm Stevens. 

This report would not be complete without paying tribute to my predecessor, Bill 
Signorelli. Bill served Cohasset for seventeen years as Town Accountant and rose to a 
level of prominence in this field that has been surpassed by very few in the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts. His advise and technical guidance will be missed by many 
others in this field. I extend to him my best wishes for a healthy and happy retirement. 

As this department looks toward the future, we must make evey effort to keep it 
operating as professionally as it has over the years. A new Town Accountant will be ap- 
pointed early in 1986 and we must keep in mind that this field is in a period of transition 
from antiquated methods of record keeping to an advanced process of financial transac- 
tion processing and management that will equate municipal accounting in 
Massachusetts with the very best system in use in government. Professional develop- 
ment must continue for the staff of this office in the years ahead so that Cohasset re- 
mains a leader and innovator in municipal accounting. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Donald R. Andrew 

Certified Governmental Accountant 

Town Accountant 



181 — 



TOWN OF COHASSET Schedule GF-2 

General Fund 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1985 



Tax Collections (Net of Refunds) 
Real 

Personal Property 
Tax Liens Redeemed 
Motor Vehicle Excise 
Vessel Excise 

Penalty & Interest— Property Taxes 
Penalty & Interest — Excise Taxes 
Penalty & Interest — Lien Redemptions 

Charges for Services 
Parks & Recreation Charges 
Sewerage Charges 
All Other Charges for Services 
Use of Municipal Properties 
Rentals 
Tuition 
Other Departmental Revenues 

Licenses and Permits: 
Alcoholic Beverage Licenses 
All Other Licenses and Permits 

Revenue from the State: 
Abatements to the Elderly 
Additional Library Aid 
Veterans' Benefits 

Highway & Transit Fringe MBTA Communities 
Local Aid Fund — Lottery 
Highway Fund 

Aid to Non-MDC Communities 
MBTA Assessments Refund 
Lottery, Beano Charity Games 
Ch. 645, Acts of 1948— School Construction 
School Aid, Ch. 70 
Pupil Transportation, Ch. 71 
Tuition— State Wards & Residential School 

Revenue from Other Local Governments: 
Court Fines 

Miscellaneous Revenue: 
Special Assessments 
Committed Interest 
Fines & Forfeits 
Earnings on Investments 
School Department 

TOTAL REVENUES 



$6,114,070.00 
70,610.00 
53,005.00 
367,579.00 
10,092.00 
54,423.00 
1,281.00 
20,035.00 

7,318.00 

21,846.00 

26,894.00 

1,335.00 

5,552.00 

4,935.00 

128,409.00 



14,420.00 
77,756.00 

6,470.00 

2,080.00 

3,015.00 

19,400.00 

490,224.00 

24,168.00 

2,434.00 

96,712.00 

88,493.00 

38,530.00 

533,818.00 

57,354.00 

14,749.00 



2,516.00 
964.00 

5,985.00 

78,093.00 

649.00 



$6,691,095.00 



196,289.00 



92,176.00 



1,377,447.00 



12,316.00 



88,207.00 
8,457,530.00 



— 182 — 



Other Financing Sources; 
Transfers from Trust & Agency Funds: 

From Charlotte Lincoln Bell Fund 2,279.00 

From Alice & Walter Shuebruk Fund 1 ,000.00 

From William Ripley, Jr. Fund 989.00 
From Beechwood Improvement Association 

Recreation Trust Fund 1 ,096.00 

From Evelyn B. Wood Fund 122.00 

From Beechwood Cemetery Fund 1 ,000.00 

From Paul Pratt Memorial Library Fund 5 ,000.00 

From Wheelwright Park Fund 1 ,400.00 

From Wadleigh Park Fund 400.00 

From Woodside Cemetery Fund 5,400.00 

From Robert Charles Billings Fund 160.00 

From Billings-Pratt Park Fund 140.00 18,986.00 

Transfers from Special Revenue Funds: 

Federal Revenue Sharing 60,792.00 
State Aid for Libraries 3,587.00 

State Aid Water Pollution Control 2,075 .00 

Dog Licenses from County 452.00 66,906.00 

TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER FINANCING SOURCES: 8,543,422.00 

LESS: 

Expenditures and Encumberances — 

See Schedule GF-3 8,192,815.00 

Intergovernmental Expenditures- 
See Schedule GF-4 315,121.00 

Other Financing Uses: 
Transfer to Other Funds 82,457.00 8,590,393.00 

(46,971.00) 

FUND EQUITY AT BEGINNING OF YEAR 1 ,45 1 ,129.00 
DIFFERENCE DUE TO ROUNDING 5,00 

FUND EQUITY— JUNE 30, 1985 1,404,163.00 



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FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1985 

Revenue: 

Funds Received $82,892.00 

Add: Due for 2nd quarter 1985 21,755.00 

104,647.00 
Less: Receipts Applicable to 2nd quarter 1985 19,346.00 85,301.00 

Expenditures 

Fire Department Salaries 76,998.06 

Excess of Revenues over Expenditures 8,302.94 

Fund Balance July 1, 1984: 20,122.71 

Fund Balance June 30, 1985: $28,425.65 



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SPECIAL REVENUE— HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1985 

Revenue: 

State Grants: 
Chapter 637 Acts of 1983 22,501 .00 

Expenditures: (Resurfacing Streets) 
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Excess of Expenditures over Revenues: 

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CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND (Sewer Project) Schedule CP-2 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1985 

Revenue: 

State Grant: 80,000.00 

Expenditures 

(See Schedule CP-2-1) 658,995.14 

EXCESS OF EXPENDITURES OVER REVENUE: (578,995.14) 

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES: 

Transfers from General Fund 83,279.97 
Transfers from Special Revenue Fund 5,564.93 

Transfers from Trust Funds 80,000.00 

Sale of Bonds 350,000.00 518,844.90 

EXCESS OF EXPENDITURES OVER REVENUE AND 

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES: (60,150.24) 

FUND EQUITY JULY 1 , 1984 161,800.10 

FUND EQUITY JUNE 30, 1985 101,649.86 



Schedule CP-2-1 
REPORT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES CAPITAL PROJECT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1985 



Cap and Close Landfill 
Plans & Specs. Sewer Project 
Interest and Expenses on temp, loans 
Roof Repairs — Deer Hill and High School 



Balance 


Appropriated 






Forward 


Fiscal 1985 


Expenditure 


Balance 




7,050.00 


7,050.00 






1,092,595.00 


1,500.00 


1,091,095.00 


is 


20,000.00 


5,558.35 


14,441.65 


School 


776,000.00 


644,886.79 


131,113.21 




1,895,645.00 


658,995.14 


1,236,649.86 



— 197 



Schedule WF-2 

Town of Cohasset, Water Department 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Charges 

In Retained Earnings 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1985 

Revenues received: * 

User Charges $552,830.12 

Interest on Delinquent Accounts 10,452.83 

Hydrants 44,875.00 

Miscellaneous 

State Grants: 
Water Treatment Facility— Annual Installment 
Replacement of Water Distribution System 

Other: 

Insurance Recovery 
Interest on Sale of Bonds 

Total Revenues 

Expenditures 
See schedule WF-3 
Grants 
Insurance Recoveries 



Net Loss Before Other Financing Sources (uses) 

Other financing sources (uses) 

Reimbursement Anticipation Notes 
Less: Expenditures 

Reserved for expenditures 

Bond Anticipation Notes 

Bond Issue 

Less Construction in Progress 

Net Surplus 38,013.55 

Retained Earnings July 1, 1984 (2,628.73) 

Retained Earnings June 30, 1985 35,384.82 

*Cash Basis 



stallment 
'stem 


4,089.05 


$612,247.00 

14,871.36 
338,182.27 

632.00 
1,485.79 

$967,418.42 

786,738.29 

314,484.57 

632.00 

$1,101,854.87 


(uses) 


355,000.00 


(134,436.45) 


$338,182.27 






16,817.73 


355,000.00 
490,000.00 


— 0— 
(17,000.00) 


* 


-300,550.00 


189,450.00 



198 



Schedule WF-3 



FISCAL 1985 YEAR END CLOSE OUT LEDGER 
WATER DEPARTMENT 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Department Head 


$ 28,777.00 


29,777.00 




Wages— Permanent 


120,262.00 


117,318.80 


2,943.20 


Clerical Salaries 


14,370.00 


17,756.48 


3,386.48 


Temporary Employees 


8,000.00 


2,326.89 


5,673.11 


Overtime 


9,973.00 


9,351.41 


621.59 


Longevity 


900.00 


900.00 




Paid Holidays 


2,078.00 


1,755.12 


322.88 
$6,174.30 


Uniform Allowance 


250.00 


239.00 


11.00 


In-Service Training 


75.00 




75.00 


Electricity 


39,845.00 


35,693.26 


4,151.74 


Fuel 


5,700.00 


6,006.47 


306.47 


Grounds Maintenance 


500.00 


556.54 


56.54 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


2,500.00 


1,768.61 


731.39 


R & M Equipment 


4,800.00 


3,743.99 


1,056.01 


R & M Office Equipment 


300.00 




300.00 


Radio & Equip. Maintenance 


150.00 


131.89 


18.11 


Advertising 


300.00 


283.40 


16.60 


Data Processing Services 




348.25 


348.25 


Computer Maintenance 


4,200.00 


4,200.00 




Telephone 


1,600.00 


1,949.73 


349.73 


Page Call Contract 


280.00 


275.00 


5.00 


Contract Services 


5,410.00 


4,427.00 


983.00 


Photocopier Maintenance 


275.00 


275.00 




Control Console Maint. 


5,509.00 


5,247.00 


262.00 


Lab Supplies 


1,600.00 


1,300.30 


299.70 


Gasoline 


2,700.00 


2,316.95 


383.05 


Diesel Fuel 




316.33 


315.33 


Office Supplies & Equip. 


725.00 


722.11 


2.89 


Postage 


2,040.00 


1,969.00 


71.00 


Printing & Stationery 


500.00 


57.00 


443.00 


Computer Paper/Forms 


1,300.00 


830.48 


469.52 


Building Maintenance 


1,500.00 


1,596.58 


96.58 


Custodial Supplies 


1,825.00 


1,313.09 


511.91 


Tools 


550.00 


451.53 


98.47 


Road Maintenance 


2,100.00 


1,999.89 


100.11 


Pipe & Fittings 


10,000.00 


9,408.50 


591.50 


Meters & Fittings 


4,000.00 


4,004.41 


4.41 


Purification Supplies 


21,000.00 


16,119.93 


4,880.07 


Unclassified Supplies 


2,000.00 


1,256.84 


743.16 


Travel & Meetings 


100.00 


20.50 


79.50 


Dues 


230.00 


197.00 


33.00 
$15,113.42 


Equipment 


2,860.00 


2,644.40 


215.60 


Off Equip. & Furniture 


4,900.00 


2,342.50 


2,557.50 


Radios 


580.00 


550.00 


30.00 



$2,803.10 



199 — 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Pension Costs 


37,000.00 




37,000.00 






Workers' Comp. 


5,280.00 




7,832.00 


3,074.00 


522.00 


Unemployment Ins. 


1,300.00 








1,300.00 


General Liability 


3,747.00 




4,439.00 




692.00 


Fire 


4,244.00 




4,637.00 




393.00 


Boilers 


500.00 




500.00 






Inland Marine 






25.00 




25.00 


Crime Bond — All Employees 


125.00 








125.00 


Motor Vehicles 


1,804.00 




2,641.00 




837.00 




3,074.00 


— 0— 


Life Insurance 


100.00 




101.46 




1.46 


Health Insurance 


16,300.00 




15,942.80 




357.20 
355.74 


Water Treatment 


74,000.00 




74,000.00 






Water Treatment Facility 


102,800.00 




102,800.00 






Art. 12, 4/2/83 


216,986.56 


2,966.19- 


219,952.75 






Art. 12A, 4/7/84 


30,000.00 
811,750.56 




23,394.10 
• 786,738.29 




6,605.90 




2,966.19- 


3,074.00 


31,052.46 



200 



Schedule GF-3 



FISCAL 85 CLOSE OUT LEDGER— GENERAL FUND 



Account Name 

Dept. No. 3 Selectmen 

Elected Officials 
Clerical Salaries 
Temporary Employees 
Schd#101 Personal Serv. 

R & M Office Equipment 

Advertising 

Telephone 

Office Supplies & Expenses 

Postage 

Printing & Stationery 

Facility Permits 

Travel & Meetings 

Dues 

Schd#102 General Exp. 

Office Equipment & Furniture 
Send #103 Capital Outlay 

Photocopy Rental 
Photocopy Supplies 
Schd #108 Equip. Rental 

Other Professional Services 
Schd #110 Eng. Services 

Other Professional Services 
Schd #116 Collect. Bargain 

Unclassified Supplies 
Schd #121 
Damages/Pers & Prop 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Amount to New Year 



5,550.00 
22,388.80 

2,688.00 
30,576.80 

400.00 
450.00 

1,300.00 
900.00 
500.00 
100.00 

1,200.00 

1,000.00 
900.00 

6,750.00 

880.00 
880.00 

2,700.00 
1,000.00 
3,700.00 

500.00 
500.00 

11,879.03 
11,879.03 

50.00 
50.00 



Expenditure 
Amount 

5,626.39 
21,075.43 

1,637.10 
28,338.92 

334.61 

1,605.29 

1,520.10 

709.94 

484.07 

207.00 

1,115.92 

1,283.83 

896.00 

8,156.76 

798.00 
798.00 

3,548.87 
1,929.95 
5,470.82 



17,155.24 
17,155.24 

34.06 
34.06 



Transfer 
Amount 



Unemployment Insurance 


5,000.00 


321.00 


Schd #124 Unempl. Ins. 


5,000.00 


321.00 


Dept. No. 3 Selectmen 


59,335.83 


60,282.80 


Dept. No. 4 Executive Secretary 




Department Head 


25,000.00 


21,945.61 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


25,000.00 


21,945.61 


Travel & Meetings 


615.00 


120.93 


Mileage Allowance 


360.00 




Dues 


210.00 




Schd #102 General Exp. 


1,185.00 


120.93 


Dept. No. 4 Exec. Secretary 


26,185.00 


22,066.54 


Dept. No. 5 Parking Clerk 






Data Processing Services 


3,074.00 


758.28 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


3,074.00 


758.28 


Dept. No. 5 Parking Clerk 


3,074.00 


758.28 



,200.00 
220.10 



,420.10 



790.00 
1,311.00 
2,121.00 



5,850.00 
5,850.00 



9,391.10 



Closed to 
Revenue 

126.39- 
1,313.37 
1,050.90 
2,237.88 

65.39 
44.71 

190.06 
15.93 

107.00 
84.08 

283.83- 

4.00 

13.34 

82.00 
82.00 

58.87- 
401.05 
342.18 

500.00 
500.00 

573.79 
573.79 

15.94 

15.94 

4,679.00 
4,679.00 
8,444.13 



3,054.39 
3,054.39 

494.07 

360.00 

210.00 

1,064.07 

4,118.46 



2,315.72 
2,315.72 
2,315.72 



201 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 

Dept. No. 9 Moderator 



Elected Official 


125.00 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


125.00 


Dept. No. 9 Moderator 


125.00 


Dept. No. 11 Advisory Committee 


Clerical Salaries 


325.00 


Send #101 General Exp. 


325.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


115.00 


Postage 


30.00 


Dues 


80.00 


Send #102 General Exp. 


225.00 


Dept. No. 11 Advisory Comm. 


550.00 



Dept. No. 13 Reserve Fund 

Transfers 100,000.00 

Send #138 Reserve Fund 100,000.00 

Dept. No. 13 Reserve Fund 100,000.00 

Dept. No. 15 Elections & Town Meeting 

Salaries— Part Time 1,307.00 

Temporary Employees 5,454.00 

Send #101 Personal Serv. 6,761.00 

R & M Office Equipment 100.00 
Data Processing Services 

Voting Machine Services 2,036.00 

Office Supplies & Expenses 200.00 

Postage 1,230.00 

Printing & Stationery 1 ,99 1 .00 

Posting Notices 45.00 
Transporting Election Materials 10.00 

Travel & Meetings 25 .00 

Dues 8.00 

Send #102 General Exp. 5,645.00 

Office Equip. & Furniture 107 .00 

Send #103 Capital Outlay 107.00 

Dept. No. 15 Elections & TM 12,613.00 

Dept. No. 19 Town Reports 

Advertising 75.00 

Printing & Stationery 4,925 .00 

Send #102 General Exp. 5,000.00 

Dept. No. 19 Town Reports 5,000.00 

Dept. No. 25 Town Accountant 

Department Head 32,865.00 

Clerical Salaries 25,753.00 

Longevity 350.00 

Send #101 Personal Services 58,968.00 

In-Service Training 100.00 

R & M Office Equipment 1 20.00 

Telephone 900.00 

Office Supplies & Expenses 800.00 



Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


125.00 






125.00 






125.00 






250.00 




75.00 


250.00 




75.00 


55.00 




60.00 


24.00 




6.00 


80.00 






159.00 




66.00 


409.00 




141.00 




(99,349.26) 


650.74 




(99,349.26) 


650.74 




(99,349.26) 


650.74 


1,307.00 






6,186.90 


791.50 


58.60 


7,493.90 


791.50 


58.60 


103.50 




3.50 


2,080.00 


2,080.00 




1,861.55 


550.00 


724.45 


292.27 


19.84 


72.43 


1,448.80 


245.00 


26.20 


4,247.05 


1,658.33 


597.72 


150.00 


30.00 


75.00 


40.00 


20.00 


10.00 


25.00 




8.00 


8,168.17 


4,603.17 


— 


146.35 


50.96 


11.61 


146.35 


50.96 


11.61 


17,888.42 


5,445.63 


70.21 

75.00 


5,632.20 


632.20 


75.00 


5,632.20 


632.20 




5,632.20 


632.20 




32,865.00 






25,610.87 


600.00 


742.13 


350.00 






58,825.87 


600.00 


742.13 


30.10 




69.90 


63.50 




56.50 


977.25 




77.25 


573.84 




226.16 



— 202 — 



Account Name 

Dept. No. 25 Town Accountant (cont.) 

Postage 

Travel & Meetings 

Dues 

Subscriptions 

Send #102 General Exp. 

Office Equip. & Furniture 

Schd #103 Capital Outlay 

Data Processing Services 

Computer Maintenance 

Telephone 

Motor Vehicle Excise Con. 

Computer Supplies 

Computer Paper/Forms 

Other Expenses 

Schd #109 Central Computer 

Upgrade Computer System 

Schd #194 Art 3 June 17, 1985 

Dept. No. 25 TownAcct. 



ropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


(cont.) 










25.00 




10.53 




14.47 


400.00 




258.20 




141.80 


15.00 




10.00 




5.00 


350.00 




233.85 




116.15 


2,710.00 




2,157.27 




552.73 


175.00 




175.00 






175.00 




175.00 
169.33 




169.33 


6,708.00 




7,237.89 




529.89 


300.00 




338.52 




38.52 


500.00 




600.00 




100.00 


2,834.09 




173.50 




2,660.59 


1,967.00 




1,966.32 
1,672.00 




.68 
1,672.00 


2,309.09 




12,157.56 




151.53 




1,805.00 


40,195.00 


42,000.00 






1,805.00 


40,195.00 


42,000.00 





74,162.09 



1,805.00 113,510.70 42,600.00 



1,446.39 



Dept. No. 29 Assessors 



Elected Officials 


3,700.00 


Clerical Salaries 


20,444.00 


Wages— Part Time 




Longevity 


250.00 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


24,394.00 


In-Service Training 


300.00 


R & M Office Equipment 


85.00 


Professional Assessor 


8,400.00 


Data Processing Service 




Maintenance of Maps 


5,000.00 


Telephone 


375.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


700.00 


Postage 


250.00 


Printing & Stationery 


125.00 


Posting Notices 


30.00 


Property Transfers 


175.00 


Travel & Meetings 


150.00 


Dues 


128.00 


Subscriptions 


99.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


15,817.00 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


600.00 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


600.00 


Dept. No. 29 Assessors 


40,811.00 


Dept. No. 35 Treasurer-Collector 


Elected Officials 


25,263.00 


Clerical Salaries 


29,319.00 


Longevity 


200.00 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


54,782.00 


R & M Office Equipment 


75.00 



,265.00 



1,265.00 



1,265. 



3,337.09 




362.91 


20,085.99 




358.01 




350.16 


350.16 


250.00 






23,673.08 


350.16 


971.08 


350.97 




50.97 


20.50 




64.50 


8,850.00 




450.00 


880.00 


880.00 




3,735.00 






403.89 




28.89 


1,340.14 




640.14 


260.80 




10.80 

125.00 

30.00 


168.53 




6.47 


23.68 




126.32 


96.00 




32.00 


107.00 




8.00 


15,356.51 


880.00 


346.44 


636.00 


36.00 




636.00 


36.00 




40,545.59 


1,266.16 


266.57 


25,263.36 




.36 


29,735.18 


38.88 


377.30 


150.00 




50.00 


55,148.54 




287.66 


116.89 




41.89 



Data Processing Services 



1,700.00 



1,700.00 



203 



Account Name 


Amount 


Telephone 


780.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


650.00 


Postage 


4,120.00 


Printing & Stationery 


360.00 


Note Certification 


275.00 


Tax Liens 


125.00 


Travel & Meetings 


100.00 


Dues 


70.00 


Send #102 General Exp. 


6,555.00 


Office Furniture & Expenses 


367.00 


Adding Machine 




Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


367.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
to New Year 



tpenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


707.52 




72.48 


1,034.83 




384.83 


3,771.14 




348.86 


342.85 




17.15 


259.70 




15.30 


110.00 




15.00 


219.75 


100.00 


19.75 


80.00 




10.00 


6,642.68 


1,800.00 


12.32 


235.00 


47.00 


179.00 


179.00 




179.00 


414.00 







1,700.00 



Dept. No. 35 Treas-Collector 61,704.00 1,700.00 62,205.22 1,885.88 315.34 

Dept. 39 Town Clerk 

Elected Official 

Clerical Salaries 

Longevity 

Schd#101 Personal Serv. 

R & M Office Equipment 

Telephone 

Book Binding 

Office Supplies & Expenses 

Postage 

Printing & Stationery 

Travel & Meetings 

Dues 

Schd#102 General Exp. 

Computer Terminal/ Software 

Office Equip. & Furniture 

Schd#103 Capital Outlay 

Dept. No. 39 Town Clerk 

Dept. No. 45 Law 

Legal Services 

Subscriptions 

Schd#102 General Exp. 

Legal Services 

Schd#128 Town Counsel 

Legal Services 

Schd #143 Unpaid Bills F'84 

Legal Services 

Schd #197 TM June 17 '85 

Dept. No. 45 Law 100,181.95 12,387.40 125,957.03 42,148.65 3,986.17 

Dept. No. 47 Personnel Committee 

Office Supplies & Expenses 100.00 100.00 

Postage 50.00 50.00 

Dues 70.00 20.00 50.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 220.00 20.00 200.00 

Dept. No. 47 Personnel Comm. 220.00 20.00 200.00 



19,000.00 




19,000.00 






12,065.00 




11,890.08 
121.23 




174.92 
121.23 


31,065.00 




31,011.31 




56.69 


80.00 




150.99 


47.50 


23.49 


384.00 




442.16 


101.00 


42.84 


100.00 




65.00 


80.00 


115.00 


200.00 




340.94 


72.51 


68.43 


200.00 




226.56 




26.56 


25.00 




95.00 




70.00 


125.00 




104.16 


29.13 


49.97 


25.00 




25.00 






1,139.00 




1,449.81 


330.14 


19.33 


1,965.00 


29.25 


1,935.75 






237.00 


666.75 


107.68 


537.43 




2,202.00 




2,043.43 


537.43 




34,406.00 


696.00 


34,504.55 


867.57 


73.02 


41,383.87 




50,308.02 
501.58 


11,000.00 


2,075.85 
501.58 


41,383.87 




50,809.60 


11,000.00 


1,574.27 


55,000.00 


12,387.40 


56,898.10 


15,000.00 


714.50 


55,000.00 


12,387.40 


56,898.10 


15,000.00 


714.50 


3,798.08 




8,045.58 


5,944.90 


1,697.40 


3,798.08 




8,045.38 
10,203.75 
10,203.75 


5,944.90 
10,203.75 
10,203.75 


1,697.40 



— 204 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 61 Zoning Board 












Clerical Salaries 


1,657.00 




1,656.20 




.80 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


1,657.00 




1,656.20 




.80 


Advertising 


1,500.00 




1,439.06 




60.94 


Engineering Services 






495.00 


495.00 




Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 




391.99 


194.30 


2.31 


Postage 


250.00 




249.89 




.11 


Dues 


25.00 




30.00 




5.00 


Send #102 General Exp. 


1,975.00 




2,110.94 


689.30 


58.36 


Office Equip. & Furniture 






189.90 


190.00 


.10 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 






189.90 


190.00 


.10 


Dept. No. 61 Zoning Board 


3,632.00 




4,452.04 


879.30 


59.26 


Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 












Clerical Salaries 


2,286.00 




882.16 




1,463.84 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


2,286.00 




882.16 




1,463.84 


Advertising 


300.00 




760.78 




460.78 


Engineering Services 


21,000.00 


2,107.50 


18,471.67 




420.83 


Other Professional Services 


800.00 






1,200.00 


2,000.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 




206.03 




6.03 


Postage 


75.00 




249.55 




174.55 


Printing & Stationery 


100.00 




168.23 




68.23 


Other Expenses 


680.00 




110.00 




570.00 


Dues 


60.00 




60.00 






Schd #102 General Exp. 


23,215.00 


2,107.50 


20,026.26 


1,200.00 


2,281.24 


Office Equip. & Furniture 


490.00 




540.66 


50.66 




Sched#103 Capital Outlay 


490.00 




540.66 


50.66 




Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 


25,991.00 


2,107.50 


21,389.08 


1,250.66 


3,745.08 


Dept. 65 Town Hall 












Custodial Services 


15,018.00 




12,369.53 




2,648.47 


Temporary Employees 


200.00 




134.70 




65.30 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


15,218.00 




12,504.23 




2,713.77 


Electricity 


2,400.00 




5,282.34 


2,800.00 


82.34 


Fuel 


4,500.00 




3,756.88 




743.12 


Building Maintenance 


1,000.00 




1,504.49 


200.00 


304.49 


Custodial Supplies 


650.00 




646.08 




3.92 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


8,550.00 




11,189.79 


3,000.00 


360.21 


Interior Painting 


6,860.25 




6,890.00 




29.75 


Exterior Painting 


2,100.00 


1,988.07 






111.93 


Building Maintenance 






3,851.68 


3,777.00 


74.68 


Communications Systems 


350.00 


7.50 


342.50 






Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


9,310.25 


1,995.57 


11,084.18 


3,777.00 


7.50 


Fuel 


631.83 




631.83 






Schd #143 Unpaid Bills FY 84 


631.83 




631.83 






Air Cond Sys in Comp Rm 


3,740.00 




3,884.70 


144.70 




Renovations— Selectmen Off 


1,900.00 




1,900.00 






Schd #177 Art 39 June 18 '84 


5,640.00 




5,784.70 


144.70 




Dept. No. 65 Town Hall 


39,350.08 


1,995.57 


41,194.73 


6,921.70 


3,081.48 



Dept. No. 66 Town Buildings 

Electricity 250.00 528.94 313.00 34.06 



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J 


Appropriation C 


"any Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Fuel 


1,000.00 




796.41 




203.59 


Water Service 


700.00 




1,165.43 


415.56 


49.87 


Building Maintenance 


800.00 




364.57 




435.43 


Send #102 General Exp. 


2,750.00 




2,855.35 


728.56 


623.21 


Exterior Painting 


7,300.00 








7,300.00 


Bates Bldg Maintenance 


4,082.00 


1,518.00 


2,564.00 






Communications System 


1,900.00 


1,900.00 








Send #103 Capital Outlay 


13,282.00 


3,418.00 


2,654.00 




7,300.00 


No. Cohasset Bldg Repairs 


8,100.00 


8,100.00 








Interior Renov. Bates Bldg 


8,000.00 


2,854.47 


5,145.53 






Repairs & Impr J. Smith Mem 


2,800.00 


1,002.03 


1,797.97 






Send #172 TM June 18 '84 


18,900.00 


11,956.50 


6,943.50 






Dept. No. 66 Town Buildings 


34,932.00 


15,374.50 


12,362.85 


728.56 


7,923.21 


Dept. No. 71 Pensions 












Pension Costs 


269,624.00 




225,252.00 




44,372.00 


Send #118 Norfolk 












Cty Ret Sys 


269,624.00 




225,252.00 




44,372.00 


Non-Contributory Pensions 


5,200.00 




4,953.16 




246.84 


Send #119 Non-Con Pensions 


5,200.00 




4,953.16 




246.84 


Pension Costs 


50,000.00 




50,000.00 






Send #120 Sp. Ret. Fund 


50,000.00 




50,000.00 






Dept. No. 71 Pensions 


324,824.00 




280,205.16 




44,618.84 


Dept. No. 76 Insurance 












Workers' Compensation 


38,720.00 




46,247.00 


7,437.35 


89.65- 


General Liability 


12,491.00 




19,549.00 


7,058.00 




Fire 


21,120.00 




24,954.00 


3,834.00 




Boilers 


1,232.00 




1,120.00 




112.00 


Watercraft 


584.00 




568.00 




16.00 


Inland Marine 


1,286.00 




2,407.00 




1,121.00 


Crime Bond- All Employees 


995.00 




905.00 




90.00 


Surety 


743.00 




882.00 


32.00 


107.00 


Motor Vehicles 


15,070.00 




18,281.00 


3,747.00 


536.00 


Valuable Papers & Acct. Rec. 


419.00 




381.00 




38.00 


Call Firemen Disability etc. 


377.00 




342.35 




43.65 


Public Officials & Employ 


1,707.00 




2,289.00 


582.00 




Police Professional Liability 


3,386.00 




4,383.00 


997.00 




Police & Fire Accident 


5,393.00 




4,902.00 




491.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


103,523.00 




127.210.35 


23,687.35 




Life Insurance 


1,690.00 




1,717.57 




27.57 


Health Insurance 


301,876.00 




256,024.52 




45,851.48 


Schd#123 Group Ins. 


303,566.00 




257,742.09 




45,823.91 


Dept. No. 76 Insurance 


407,089.00 




384,952.44 


23,687.35 


45,823.91 


Dept. No. 91 Unclassified 












Gas Pump Maintenance 


275.00 




3.98 




271.02 


Flags 


190.00 




272.00 




82.00 


Unclassified Supplies & Expense 65 .00 




61.74 




3.26 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


530.00 




337.72 




192.28 


Flagpole Maintenance 


700.00 


700.00 








Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


700.00 


700.00 









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Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 76 Insurance (cont.) 










Hydro/ Sani Eng Study 


35,000.00 


13,598.60 


21,401.40 






Send #155 Art. 11/17/84 


35,000.00 


13,598.60 


21,401.40 






Transfers to Trust Fund 


80,000.00 




80,000.00 






Send #157 StblztnFund 


80,000.00 




80,000.00 






Other Professional Services 


6,000.00 




6,000.00 






Send #158 Audit of Accts 


6,000.00 




6,000.00 






Sheltered Workshop 






2,500.00 


2,500.00 




Eng Study Re Watershed Area 20,000.00 


8,761.84 


11,283.16 






Eng & Recording Fees 




1,290.00 




1,210.00 


2,500.00 


Schd#183 TM June 18 '84 


22,500.00 


8,761.84 


15,028.16 


2,500.00 


1,210.00 


Dept. No. 91 Unclassified 


144,730.00 


23,060.44 


122,767.28 


2,500.00 


1,402.28 


Dept. No. 101 Police Department 










Department Head 


31,276.00 




31,831.94 


552.75 


3.19 


Salaries— Full Time 


335,256.00 




328,720.94 


514.98 


7,050.04 


Custodial Services 


1,500.00 




1,031.26 




468.74 


Overtime 


51,522.00 




56,819.93 


29.96 


5,267.97 


Longevity 


4,300.00 




4,300.00 






Educational Credits 


3,300.00 




3,300.00 






Paid Holidays 


16,443.00 




16,225.16 


89.88 


307.72 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


443,597.00 




442,229.23 


1,187.57 


2,555.34 


Uniform Allowance 


7,650.00 




7,614.75 




35.25 


Cleaning Service 


900.00 




971.23 




71.23 


In-Service Training 


1,200.00 




2,399.78 


1,200.00 


.22 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


5,000.00 




4,868.44 




131.56 


R&M Office Equip. 


1,000.00 




1,156.75 




156.75 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


1,000.00 




1,035.90 




35.90 


Medical Expense 


100.00 




388.75 




288.75 


Safety Education 


250.00 




250.00 






Telephone 


5,500.00 




3,467.79 




2,032.21 


Court Expenses 


500.00 




85:00 




415.00 


Care of Prisoners 


250.00 




8.93 




241.07 


Gasoline 


21,750.00 




16,332.86 




5,417.14 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


1,200.00 




1,306.11 




106.11 


Printing Stationery 


1,300.00 




916.52 




383.48 


Photo Supplies 


500.00 




499.91 




.09 


Custodial Supplies 


600.00 




592.14 




7.86 


Officer Accessories 


800.00 




705.19 




94.81 


Ammunition 


200.00 




199.90 




.10 


Public Safety Supplies 






35.80 




35.80 


Travel & Meetings 


150.00 




80.00 




70.00 


Dues 


100.00 




160.00 




60.00 


Subscriptions 


25.00 








25.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


50,975.00 




44,975.75 


1,200.00 


8,099.25 


Equipment 


8,325.00 




8,160.04 




164.96 


3 Cruisers Net 2 Trade Ins 


29,500.00 




29,431.00 




69.00 


Schd#102 Capital Outlay 


37,825.00 




37,591.04 




233.96 


Dept. No. 101 Police Dept. 


532,397.00 




523,896.02 


2,387.57 


10,888.55 


Dept. No. 103 Fire Department 










Department Head 


30,570.00 




30,569.76 




.24 


Salaries— Full Time 


366,301.00 




382,652.34 


23,716.96 


1,365.62 



— 207 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Call Firemen 


10,000.00 


10,000.00 






Overtime 


35,000.00 


65,099.89 


18,005.10 


12,094.79 


Longevity 


2,900.00 


3,500.00 




600.00 


Educational Credits 


2,840.00 


2,355.26 


57.48 


542.22 


Paid Holidays 


19,881.00 


20,423.29 


1,000.14 


457.85 


Emergency Medical Tech. 


14,595.00 


14,934.17 


414.32 


75.15 


Send #101 Personal Serv. 


482,087.00 


529,534.71 


43,193.88 


4,253.71 


Uniform Allowance 


4,385.00 


3,310.51 


298.07 


1,372.56 


Cleaning Service 


50.00 






50.00 


In-Service Training 


2,500.00 


2,971.45 




471.45 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


5,500.00 


7,835.57 


2,360.00 


24.43 


R & M Equipment 


500.00 


1,021.00 


168.00 


353.20 


R & M Office Equipment 


150.00 






150.00 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


950.00 


332.55 




617.45 


Medical Expense 


500.00 


1,807.14 


824.86 


428.28 


Telephone 


2,400.00 


3,095.22 




695.33 


Gasoline 


4,500.00 


4,986.93 




486.93 


Diesel Fuel 


1,000.00 


950.97 




49.03 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


400.00 


622.00 




222.00 


Stationery 


200.00 


105.00 




95.00 


Custodial Supplies 


700.00 


764.79 




64.79 


Replacement— Protective Gear 1 ,000.00 


1,089.13 


329.95 


240.82 


Equipment for Call Men 


1,000.00 


820.74 




179.26 


Hose 


1,500.00 


1,403.64 




96.36 


Public Safety Supplies 


1,900.00 


1,999.95 




99.95 


Shared Ambulance Expense 


400.00 


400.00 






Travel & Meetings 


200.00 


117.00 




83.00 


Dues 


350.00 


374.22 




24.22- 


Subscriptions 




37.95 




37.95 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


30,085.00 


34,046.07 


3,980.88 


73.81 


Office Equip. & Furniture 




280.90 


280.90 




Tools 


2,200.00 


11.49 




2,188.51 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


2,200.00 


292.39 


280.90 


2,188.51 


Electricity 


4,000.00 


5,861.43 


1,057.25 


804.18 


Fuel 


8,000.00 


8,507.96 


1,248.45 


740.49 


2 Telephones 


450.00 450.00 








Building Maintenance 


3,500.00 


3,036.31 




463.69 


Other Expenses 




1,395.00 


1,395.00 




Schd#lll Fire & Police 










Hdqtrs. 


15,950.00 450.00 


18,800.70 


3,700.70 


400.00 


Hydrants — Cohasset 










Water Co. 


48,800.00 


44,875.00 




3,925.00 


Hydrants — Hingham 










Water Co. 


9,729.00 


9,151.09 




577.91 


Schd #112 Hydrant Services 


58,529.00 


54,026.09 




4,502.91 


Medical Expense 




1,000.00 


1,000.00 




Schd #143 Unpaid Bills F'85 




1,000.00 




1,000.00 


New Ambulance Less Trade-in 50,000.00 


47,122.36 






Schd #181 Art 35 6/18/84 


50,000.00 


47,122.36 






Dept. No. 103 Fire Dept. 


638,851.00 450.00 


684,822.32 


52,156.48 


5,735.16 



Dept. No. 109 Tree & Park 

Department Head 



21,840.00 



21,840.00 



— 208 



i 


Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 109 Tree & Park (continued) 








Wages— Permanent 


30,401.00 


30,184.40 




216.60 


Temporary Employees 


9,000.00 


7,198.25 




1,801.75 


Overtime 


1,000.00 




1,727.38 


727.38- 


Schd No #101 Pers. Services 


62,241.00 


60,950.03 




1,290.97 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 


68.00 




32.00 


Electricity 


350.00 


434.74 


80.00 


4.74- 


Fuel 


850.00 


1,204.83 




354.83- 


Contract Tree Maintenance 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 






R&M Motor Vehicles 


2,200.00 


4,705.74 


2,420.00 


85.74- 


R & M Equipment 


2,500.00 


4,564.68 


1,212.00 


852.68- 


Tennis Court Maintenance 


100.00 


64.53 




35.47 


Radio Maintenance 


100.00 






100.00 


Garage Rental 


2,400.00 


2,400.00 






Rubbish Removal 


1,150.00 


760.00 




390.00 


Advertising 


100.00 






100.00 


Telephone 


400.00 


476.45 




76.45 • 


Contract Services 


500.00 


485.60 




14.40 


Gasoline 


5,250.00 


5,316.23 




66.23 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


50.00 


24.93 




25.07 


Building Maintenance 


100.00 


163.74 




63.74 


Custodial Supplies 


100.00 


86.95 




13.05 


Tools 


800.00 


873.57 




73.57 


Insecticides & Herbicides 


1,000.00 


537.31 




462.69 


Trees 


1,200.00 


888.00 




312.00 


Unclassified Supplies 


975.00 


997.64 




22.64 


Flowers 


200.00 


200.00 






Travel & Meetings 


125.00 


11.00 




114.00 


Dues 


40.00 


30.00 




10.00 


Schd No. 102 General Exp. 


21,590.00 


25,293.94 


3,712.00 


38.06 


Equipment 


3,650.00 


3,650.00 






Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


3,650.00 


3,650.00 






Wages— Permanent 


2,100.00 


2,100.00 






Schd #104 Pers.ServTRFD 


2,100.00 


2,100.00 






New Truck Less Trade-In 


12,000.00 


11,900.00 




10.00 


Schd #166 Art 18 4/7/84 


12,000.00 


11,900.00 






Dept No. 109 Tree & Park 


101,581.00 


103,983.97 


3,712.00 


1,309.03 


Dept. No. Ill Harbor Department 








Department Head 


19,871.00 


19,871.00 






Temporary Employees 


7,596.00 


7,542.00 




54.00 


Longevity 


150.00 


200.00 




50.00 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


27,617.00 


27,613.00 




4.00 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 






100.00 


Electricity 


350.00 


498.14 


229.00 


80.86 


Telephone 


400.00 


427.56 




27.56 


Gasoline 


1,300.00 


1,690.40 


200.00 


190.40 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 


420.55 


161.00 


59.55 


Postage 


100.00 


266.88 




166.88 


Building Maintenance 


50.00 


28.05 




21.95 


Wharf & Float Maintenance 


450.00 


167.05 




282.95 


Boat Maintenance 


500.00 


1,053.98 


310.00 


243.98 


Marine Supplies 


800.00 


745.81 




54.19 



— 209 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. Ill Harbor Dept. 


(cont.) 










Travel & Meetings 


300.00 




150.00 




150.00 


Dues 


35.00 




35.00 






Send #102 General Exp. 


4,585.00 




5,483.42 


900.00 


61.13 


Equipment 


2,905.00 




1,847.50 


287.50 


1,345.00 


Gravel-Harbor Parking Area 


500.00 


500.00 








40 HP Outboard Motor 






1,220.00 




1,200.00 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


3,405.00 


500.00 


3,087.50 


287.50 


125.00 


Dredging Lawrence Wharf 


8,408.12 


8,408.12 








Schd #140 Approp. Forward 


8,408.12 


8,408.12 








Dept. No. Ill Harbor Dept. 


44,015.12 


8,908.12 


36,163.92 


1,187.50 


130.58 


Dept. No. 112 Shellfish Const. 










Salaries — Part Time 


500.00 




500.00 






Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


500.00 




500.00 






Office Supplies & Expenses 


50.00 




132.00 




82.00 


Posting Notices 


75.00 








75.00 


Mileage Allowance 


60.00 




56.17 




3.83 


Dues 


35.00 




15.00 




20.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


220.00 




203.17 




16.83 


Dept. No. 112 Shellfish Const 


720.00 




703.17 




16.83 


Dept. No. 113 Building Inspector 










Department Head 


21,923.00 




23,650.00 


1,727.00 




Clerical Salaries 


11,083.80 




11,490.43 


364.00 


42.63 


Temporary Employees 


250.00 








250.00 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


33,256.80 




35,140.43 


2,091.00 


207.37 


Gas Inspections 


1,200.00 




1,212.00 




12.00 


Plumbing Inspections 


2,300.00 




3,864.00 


1,500.00 


64.00 


Telephone 


500.00 




498.01 




1.99 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


125.00 




591.74 




466.74 


Postage 


60.00 




126.75 




66.75 


Printing & Stationery 


150.00 




193.02 




43.02 


Photo Supplies 


35.00 




41.26 




6.26 


Travel & Meetings 






124.08 




124.08 


Mileage Allowance 


1,500»00 




671.87 




828.13 


Dues 


25.00 




25.00 






Subscriptions 


150.00 




10.00 




140.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


6,045.00 




7,357.73 


1,500.00 


187.27 


Dept. No. 113 Bldg. Insp. 


39,301.80 




42,498.16 


3,591.00 


394.64 


Dept. No. 119 Weights/Measure 










Department Head 


500.00 




500.00 






Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


500.00 




500.00 






Office Supplies & Expenses 


175.00 








175.00 


Travel & Meetings 


175.00 








175.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


350.00 








350.00 


Dept. No. 119 Wts/Measure 


850.00 




500.00 




350.00 



Dept. No. 121 Wire Department 

Department Head 23,650.00 

Wages— Permanent 19,802.00 

Temporary Employees 4,977.00 



13,650.00 






•0,139.28 


45.39 


291.89 


5,841.00 


756.00 


108.00 



210 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

400.19 

801.39 .03 

58.50 

404.28 

50.00 

409.44 

50.00 

52.00 

808.22- 

45.00 

1.25 

2.00 

70.25 

148.00 

148.00 



801.39 218.55 



Overtime 


2,142.00 


1,741.81 


Longevity 


350.00 


350.00 


Send #101 Personal Serv. 


50,921.00 


51,722.09 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 


41.50 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


600.00 


195.72 


Radio & Equip. Maintenance 


50.00 




Gasoline 


1,600.00 


1,190.56 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


50.00 




Postage 


50.00 


102.00 


Public Safety Supplies 


4,800.00 


5,608.22 


Travel & Meetings 


80.00 


125.00 


Mileage Allowance 


1,200.00 


1,198.75 


Dues 


52.00 


50.00 


Send #102 General Exp. 


8,582.00 


8,511.75 


Equipment 


1,344.00 


1,196.00 


Send #103 Capital Outlay 


1,344.00 


1,196.00 


Mileage Allowance 


101.40 


101.40 


Send #143 Unpaid Bills P 85 


101.40 


101.40 


Dept. No. 121 Wire Dept. 


60,948.40 


61,531.23 


Dept. 131 Civil Defense 






Salaries — Part Time 


250.00 


155.07 


Send #101 Personal Serv. 


250.00 


155.07 


Radio & Equip. Maintenance 


25.00 




Travel & Meetings 


80.00 




Send #102 General Exp. 


105.00 




Dept. No. 131 Civil Defense 


355.00 


155.07 


Dept. No. 133 Dog Officer 






Salaries — Part Time 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


Send #101 Personal Serv. 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


Telephone 


150.00 


136.41 


Boarding Animals 


600.00 


400.00 


Animal Disposal 


150.00 


190.00 


Postage 




162.00 


Unclassified Supplies 


150.00 


228.44 


Travel & Meetings 


500.00 


60.77 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


1,550.00 


1,237.62 


Purchase & Equip New Vehicle 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 


Schd #178 Art 39 6/18/84 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


300.00 


1,126.79 


Gasoline 


900.00 


327.69 


Motor Vehicle Insurance 


600.00 


124.00 


Schd #179 Art 40 6/18/84 


1,800.00 


1,578.48 


Dept. No. 133 Dog Officer 


11,350.00 


10,816.10 


Dept. No. 200 School Department 




Assessment 


21,314.00 


21,314.00 


Schd #137 S S Reg Sch Dist. 


21.314.00 


21,314.00 


Clerical Salaries— Admin. 


1,098.00 


923.28 


Contr. Serv. Admin. Negotiat. 


6,000.00 


6,448.98 



94.93 
94.93 
25.00 
80.00 
105.00 
199.93 



13.59 
200.00 

40.00 
162.00 
138.44 
439.23 
312.38 



826.79- 

572.31 

476.00 

221.52 

533.90 



174.72 
448.98 
Contr. Serv. Admin. 
Legal Coun. 1,000.00 1,000.00 



— 211 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept No. 200 School Dept. (cont.) 

Supplies & Materials 100.00 100.00 

Other Expenses Administration 



Art's Program 


1,000.00 


1,226.45 


226.45- 


Instate Travel 


200.00 




200.00 


Workshop/ Conference 


800.00 


810.66 


10.66 


Prof Materials 


100.00 


138.36 


38.36 


Professional Dues 


1,246.00 


1,246.00 




Postage 


500.00 


112.00 


488.00 


Advertising 


500.00 


293.01 


206.99 


Salary Reserve 


25,150.00 




25,150.00 


Research & Development 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 




Schd#I100 School Comm. 


39,694.00 


13,198.74 


26,495.26 


Prof Salaries — Supt 


45,829.00 


49,290.02 


3,461.02 


Sec/Salaries — Supt 


17,071.00 


17,271.08 


200.08 


Contr. Serv. Supt Xerox 


800.00 


450.00 


350.00 


Supplies & Materials — Supt 


900.00 


662.00 


238.00 


Other Expenses — Superintendent 






Instate Travel 


1,500.00 


1,575.05 


75.05 


Workshop/Conference 


300.00 


461.50 


161.50 


Prof Materials 


150.00 


34.00 


116.00 


Professional Dues 


410.00 


583.00 


173.00 


Postage 


500.00 


700.00 


200.00 


Out of State Travel 


2,000.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Schd#1200 Supt' s Office 


69,460.00 


72,026.65 


2,566.65 


Bookkeeper/ Salary— Asst Supt 15,904.00 


15,904.00 




Peak Time Help 


3,000.00 


514.92 


2,485.08 


Contr. Serv.— Asst Supt 


5,595.00 


5,778.76 


183.76 


Supplies/Materials 


1,865.00 


1,603.52 


261.48 


Other Expenses Asst. Superintendent 






Postage 


600.00 


600.00 




Advertising 


500.00 


614.20 


114.20 


Prof Salary — Asst Supt. 


38,704.00 


42,689.92 


3,985.92 


Tutoring 


6,000.00 


4,717.50 


1,282.50 


Sec/Salary — Asst. Supt. 


14,092.00 


9,096.00 


4,996.00 


Contr. Serv. — Asst. Supt. 


11,800.00 


12,943.69 


1,143.69 


Other Exp. — Asst. Supt. 


1,200.00 


132.45 


1,067.55 


Group Testing 


3,500.00 


4,046.35 


546.3S 


Supplies Materials— Asst. Supt. 


* 




Instate Travel 


1,100.00 


1,140.65 


40.65 


Workshop/Conference 


300.00 


445.60 


145.60 


Prof. Materials 


295.00 


145.00 


150.00 


Professional Dues 


165.00 


130.00 


35.00 


Schd #1210 Asst. to Supt. 


105,150.00 


100,702.56 


4,457.44 


Professional Salaries 








High School English 


4,400.00 


4,399.98 


.02 


High School Math 


4,400.00 


4,399.98 


.02 


High School Science 


4,566.00 


4,565.86 


.14 


High School Social Studies 


4,400.00 


4,399.98 


.02 


High School Foreign Lang 


4,566.00 


4,565.86 


.14 


High School Physical Educ 


4,050.00 


4,208.88 


158.88 


High School Health Educ 


3,511.00 


3,511.04 


.04 


Schd #2100 Supervision 


29,893.00 


30,051.58 


158.58- 



— 212 



. 


Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 






Prof Salaries Osgood Sch. 


39,326.00 


39,326.04 


.04 


Prof Salaries Deer Hill Sch. 


40,450.00 


40,450.01 


.02 


Clerical Sal. Osgood Sch. 


13,308.00 


13,594.80 


286.80 


Clerical Sal. Deer Hill Sch. 


13,308.00 


13,257.65 


50.35 


Contr. Serv. Osgood Sch. 


2,300.00 


3,232.83 


930.83 


Contr. Serv. Deer Hill Sch. 


2,150.00 


1,453.92 


696.08 


Supplies/Mat. Osgood Sch. 


2,035.00 


1,232.83 


802.17 


Supplies/Mat. Deer Hill 


3,180.00 


1,487.79 


1,692.21 


Other Expenses Osgood School 






Instate Travel 


50.00 




50.00 


Workshop/ Conference 


60.00 




60.00 


Professional Dues 


160.00 


160.00 




Postage 


200.00 


190.85 


9.15 


Community Services 


100.00 




100.00 


Other Expenses Deer Hill School 






Instate Travel 


50.00 


41.03 


8.97 


Workshop/Conference 


60.00 




60.00 


Professional Dues 


160.00 


178.00 


18.00 


Postage 


100.00 


159.00 


59.00 


Prof. Salaries HS 


78,832.00 


84,269.90 


5,437.90 


Clerical Salaries 


38,350.00 


39,190.64 


840.64 


Contr. Services 


5,000.00 


10,811.59 


5,811.59 


Supplies/Materials 


9,750.00 


6,750.78 


2,999.22 


Other Expenses High School 








Instate Travel 


250.00 


99.60 


150.40 


Workshop/Conference 


230.00 


296.18 


66.18 


Prof Materials 


100.00 




100.00 


Professional Dues 


1,130.00 


890.50 


239.50 


Postage 


1,370.00 


543.35 


826.65 


Community Services 


150.00 


112.50 


37.50 


Graduation 


1,220.00 


1,377.38 


117.38 


Assemblies 


100.00 


88.20 


11.80 


Tuition Courses 


100.00 




100.00 


Printed Materials 


1,405.00 


953.68 


451.32 


Schd#2200 Principals 


254,984.00 


260,107.06 


5,123.06 


Prof Salaries — Teaching 








Osgood School 








Kindergarten 


56,153.00 


53,166.01 


2,986.99 


Grade 1 


104,907.00 


100,555.66 


4,351.34 


Grade 2 


56,321.00 


54,857.92 


1,463.08 


Grade 3 


98,259.00 


103,571.93 


5,312.93 


Music 


12,763.00 


12,763.14 


.14 


Art 


14,032.00 


14,031.68 


.32 


Physical Education 


29,332.00 


23,326.75 


6,005.25 


Substitute Salary 


4,000.00 


19,420.16 


15,420.16 


Deer Hill School 








Grade 4 


81,652.00 


107,178.24 


25,526.24 


Grade 5 


83,613.00 


94,835.26 


11,222.26 


Grade 6 


106,461.00 


78,398.32 


28,062.68 


Art 


14,032.00 


14,031.42 


.58 


Physical Education 


30,441.00 


30,441.06 


.06 


Gifted/Talented 


11,136.00 


11,136.06 


.06 



213- 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Choral Music 


12,763.00 


12,762.88 


.12 


Instrumental 


20,386.00 


20,274.68 


111.32 


Substitute Salary 


3,000.00 


4,920.80 


1,920.80 


Aide Salary 








Osgood School 








Activity Aide 


7,552.00 


9,969.21 


2,417.21 


Deer Hill School 








Instructional Aide 


8,513.00 




8,513.00 


Activity Aide 


8,106.00 


8,194.47 


88.47 


Contr. Serv. Osgood School 






Music 


160.00 




160.00 


Contr. Serv. Deer Hill Sch. 


Gr.5 300.00 




300.00 


Supplies/Materials Osgood School 






Kindergarten 


833.00 


603.18 


229.82 


Grade 1 


1,776.00 


2,026.12 


250.12 


Grade 2 


2,366.00 


2,433.97 


67.97 


Grade 3 


2,932.00 


2,682.02 


249.98 


Art 


900.00 


825.39 


74.61 


Physical Education 


115.00 


93.59 


21.41 


Supplies Materials Deer Hill School 







Grade 4 2,505 

Grade 5 2,962 

Grade 6 4,250 

Art 1,490 

Physical Education 545 

Gifted/Talented 200 

Choral Music 217 

Instrumental 119 

Other Expenses Osgood School 
Workshop/ Conference 150 

Tuition Courses 725 

Other Expenses Deer Hill School 
Workshop/Conference 960 

Tuition Courses 600 

Prof. Salaries Osgood Sch. 
Special Education 

Prof. Sal. Deer Hill 

Aide Sal.— Osgood Sch 

Aide Sal.— Deer Hill Sch. 

Sup. /Mat. Osgood 

Sup./Mat. Deer Hill 

Other Expenses Osgood School 
Tuition Courses 

Other Expenses Deer Hill 

Prof Salaries High School 
English 284,694, 

Math 193,840, 

Science 198,433, 

Social Studies 146.526. 

Foreign Language 164,709. 

Business Education 56,126. 

Industrial Arts 58,664. 

Home Economics 48,810. 



52,805 

106,041 

17,359 

8,888 

680 

860 

200 
200 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 
00 

00 
00 

.00 
.00 
,00 

,00 
00 
00 

00 
00 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



2,255.83 

2,536.81 

2,762.14 

989.82 

518.77 

298.34 

95.18 

71.49 

76.55 
500.00 

750.00 
245.95 

52,941.20 

106,041.00 

15,699.70 

8,790.04 

1,150.33 

451.16 

200.00 
177.50 

285,760.53 
194,949.48 
192,168.10 
147,988.62 
164,708.96 
56,227.08 
58,663.80 
48,809.80 



248.17 

425.19 
1,487.86 

500.18 
26.23 
98.34- 

121.82 
47.51 

73.45 
225.00 

210.00 
354.05 

136.20 

1,758.30 

97.96 

470.33 

408.84 



22.50 

1,066.53 

1,109.48 

6,264.90 

1,462.62 

.04 

101.08 

.20 

.20 



— 214 — 



Account Name 


Amount 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (contii 


Prof Salaries High School (cont.) 


Alternative School 


14,666.00 


Music 


40,846.00 


Art 


29,332.00 


Physical Education 


101,856.00 


Health Education 


23,406.00 


Substitute Salary 


9,000.00 


Instr Aide Salary 




High School Math Lab 




Instructional Aide 


16,677.00 


Field Trip Salary 




Science 


800.00 


Music 


800.00 


Contracted Services 




English 


450.00 


Business Education 


1,800.00 


Music 


200.00 


High School Supplies 




English 


921.00 


Math 


783.00 


Science 


8,378.00 


Social Studies 


461.00 


Foreign Language 


250.00 


Business Education 


1,446.00 


Industrial Arts 


5,137.00 


Home Economics 


3,425.00 


Alternative School 


234.00 


Music 


1,986.00 


Art 


2,050.00 


Physical Education 


3,000.00 


Health Education 


899.00 


Other Expenses High School 




Tuition Courses 


2,550.00 


Prof Salaries High School 




Special Education 


74,861.00 


Aide Salary High Sch. 


8,846.00 


Supplies/ Materials 


506.00 


Other Expenses HS 




Tuition Courses 


150.00 


Schd#2300 Teaching 2,482,078.00 


Textbooks Osgood School 




Grade 2 


540.00 


Grade 3 


310.00 


Textbooks Deer Hill School 




Grade 4 


450.00 


Grade 5 




Textbooks Special Education 




Osgood Spec. Ed 


265.00 


Deer Hill Spec. Ed 


93.00 


Textbooks High School 




English 


4,121.00 


Math 


2,040.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
to New Year 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 


14,666.08 


.08 


39,055.31 


1,790.69 


29,331.90 


.10 


01,098.55 


766.45 


23,405.98 


.02 


21,632.61 


12,632.61 


11,812.55 


4,864.45 


222.75 


577.25 


927.96 


127.96 


391.22 


58.78 


2,405.71 


605.71 


334.50 


134.50 


1,104.96 


183.96 


348.12 


434.88 


7,674.56 


703.44 


540.97 


79.87 


250.50 


.50 


972.50 


473.50 


3,902.90 


1,234.10 


2,285.00 


1,140.00 


126.17 


107.83 


2,043.89 


57.89 


1,570.06 


479.94 


2,832.29 


167.71 


753.06 


145.94 



3,145.50 595.50 

75,908.02 1,047.02- 

8,846.04 .04 

445.73 60.27 

400.00 250.00- 

2,486,655.49 4,577.49- 

722.08 182.08 

1,879.67 1,569.67 

476.65 26.65 

404.78 404.78 

64.21 200.79 

585.56 492.56- 

3,209.21 911.79 

1,869.74 170.26 



— 215 



A 


ppropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Science 


2,356.00 


1,574.30 


781.70 


Social Studies 


1,830.00 


1,752.90 


77.10 


Foreign Language 


947.00 


981.41 


34.41 


Business Education 


990.0f> 


608.40 


381.60 


Home Economics 


287.00 


83.36 


203.64 


Alternative School 


94.00 




94.00 


Music 


209.00 


33.97 


175.03 


Art 


200.00 




200.00 


Physical Education 


28.00 




28.00 


Health Education 


264.00 


255.95 


8.05 


Textbooks Special Education 








High School Spec. Ed 


547.00 


115.33 


431.67 


Schd#2400 Textbooks 


15,571.00 


14,617.52 


953.48 


Library 








Clerical Salaries Osgood 








Library Technician 


7,101.00 


7,122.15 


21.15 


Clerical Sal. Deer Hill 


9,495.00 


16,948.78 


7,453.78 


Supplies/Materials Library 








Osgood School 








Books 


600.00 


490.10 


109.90 


Periodicals 


120.00 




120.00 


General Supplies 


80.00 


68.21 


11.79 


Deer Hill School 








Books 


1,000.00 


961.98 


38.02 


Periodicals 


200.00 


215.00 


15.00 


Prof Salaries High School 








Librarian 


12,270.00 


13,651.05 


1,381.05 


A/V Coordinator 


15,221.00 


16,788.02 


1,567.02 


Clerical Salaries High School 








Library Technician 


10,622.00 


10,622.08 


40.08 


Contracted Services 








Rebinding 


1,880.00 


1,032.40 


847.60 


Contracted Services 


1,000.00 


1,410.55 


410.55 


Supplies/Materials 








Books 


4,488.00 


3,439.85 


1,048.15 


Periodicals 


1,650.00 


1,825.06 


175.06 


General Supplies 


320.00 


209.08 


110.92 


Other Expenses 








Instate Travel 


75.00 




75.00 


Professional Dues 


50.00 




50.00 


Postage 


100.00 




100.00 


Schd#2500 Library 


66,272.00 


74,824.31 


8,552.31 


Audio- Visual 








Osgood School 








Music 


245.00 


263.06 


18.06 


Physical Education 


24.00 


34.08 


10.08 


Deer Hill School 








Grade 4 


275.00 




275.00 


Grade 5 


150.00 




150.00 


Grade 6 


150.00 




150.00 


Choral Music 


296.00 


322.98 


36.98 


Supplies/Materials 








Osgood School 








Special Education 


95.00 


66.67 


28.33 



216 — 



Account Name 


Amount 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (contii 


Supplies/Materials (cont.) 




Deer Hill School 


124.00 


High School 




English 


370.00 


Science 


1,708.00 


Social Studies 


543.00 


Foreign Language 


432.00 


Business Education 


1,160.00 


Home Economics 


236.00 


Alternative School 


216.00 


Music 


252.00 


Art 


125.00 


Physical Education 


60.00 


Health Education 


1,540.00 


Library 


2,250.00 


Special Education 


38.00 


Schd#2600 Audio- Visual 


10,289.00 


Guidance 




Prof Sal. HS 


93,968.00 


Clerical Salaries 


14,392.00 


Contracted Services 




Xerox 


2,170.00 


Aces 


1,231.00 


Supplies/Materials 


1,604.00 


Other Expenses 




Instate Travel 


250.00 


Prof Materials 


460.00 


Professional Dues 


360.00 


Postage 


700.00 


Tuition Courses 


250.00 


Microfilming 


350.00 


Schd#2700 Guidance 


115,735.00 


Attendance 
Clerical Sal. Admin. 


9,810.00 


Schd#3100 Attendance 


9,810.00 


Health 




Prof Salaries 




Deer Hill 


5,415.00 


Administration 


8,896.00 


Nurses Sal. Osgood Sch. 


7,382.00 


Contracted Services 




Osgood Sch. Laundry 


60.00 


Deer Hill Sch. Laundry 


60.00 


Supplies/ Materials Osgood 


305.00 


Supplies/Materials Deer Hill 


400.00 


Other Expenses 




Osgood School 




Instate Travel 


20.00 


Deer Hill 


20.00 


Workshop/Conference 


25.00 


Nurses Sal. HS 


14,060.00 


Supplies/Materials HS 


607.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 



124.00 



493.64 123.64- 

967.45 740.55 
551.95 8.95- 

83.80 348.20 

864.85 295.15 

178.20 57.80 

216.00 

54.60 197.40 

228.76 103.76 

60.00 

1,090.45 449.55 

4,356.29 2,106.29 

38.00 

9,566.78 722.22 

98,744.88 4,776.88- 
14,392.00 

2,535.81 365.81 

1,243.75 12.75 

1,290.16 313.84 

296.03 46.03 

669.88 209.88 

323.50 36.50 

703.55 35.55 

740.60 490.60 

351.46 1.46 
121,291.62 5,556.62 

11,450.00 1,640.00 

11,450.00 1,640.00 



7,901.45 2,486.45 

8,896.00 

7,198.60 183.40 



60.00 

60.00 

302.74 2.26 

346.05 53.95 



25.00 45.00 

20.00 

30.00 25.00 20.00 

14,227.92 167.92 

631.35 24.15 



217 — 



Account Name 


Amount 


Other Expenses 




Workshop/ Conference 


50.00 


Prof Materials 


50.00 


Schd#3200 Health 


37,350.00 


Operation of Buses 




Other Sal. Admin. 


52,000.00 


Supplies/Materials 




Gas/Oil 


13,000.00 


Other Expenses 




Medical Exams 


100.00 


Drivers Training 


200.00 


Storage of Buses 


3,840.00 


Schd#3310 Oper. of Buses 


69,140.00 


Maintenance of Buses 




Contr. Serv. Bus/Veh Repair 20,000.00 


Supplies Materials 




Tires 


3,400.00 


Safety Supplies 


200.00 


Medical Supplies 


100.00 


Misc Supplies 


100.00 


Schd#3350 Maint. of Buses 


23,800.00 


Contracted Carriers 




Contracted Buses 




Spec Ed Transp 


20,000.00 


Schd#3370 Contr Carriers 


20,000.00 


Athletics 




Prof Salaries 




High School 




Athletic Director 


4,536.00 


Coaches 


41,314.00 


Medical 


550.00 


Other Salaries 




Officials Timers etc. 


10,000.00 


Police 


1,100.00 


Transportation 




Contracted Services 




Reconditioning 


4,00t).00 


Ice Time 


5,000.00 


Supplies/Materials 


9,000.00 


Other Expenses 




Instate Travel 


200.00 


Professional Dues 


1,400.00 


Insurance 


2,000.00 


Misc Suplies 


2,500.00 


Awards 


400.00 


Schd#3510 Athletics 


82,000.00 


Student Activities 




Prof Salaries 




Senior Class Play 


849.00 


Dramatics 


849.00 


Student Publications 


1,999.00 


Debating 


849.00 


Class Advisory 


1,217.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
to New Year 



Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


70.00 


50.00 


30.00 
50.00 


39,603.91 


100.00 


2,153.91 


63,993.45 




11,993.45 


17,765.14 




4,764.14 


245.00 




145.00 


125.00 




75.00 


3,840.00 






85,968.59 




16,828.59 


27,606.73 




7,606.73 


3,995.52 




595.52 


90.50 




109.50 
100.00 


93.00 




7.00 


31,785.75 




7,985.75 


283.33 




283.00 


21,457.66 




1,457.66 


21,457.66 




1,740.99 



4,537.00 1.00 

43,697.33 3,378.19 994.86 

1,016.64 466.64- 

10,920.64 920.64- 

1,640.00 540.00- 

500.00 500.00 

5,730.63 1,730.63- 

5,135.00 135.00- 

9,945.60 945.60- 

520.83 230.83 - 

1,475.00 75.00- 

1,770.00 230.00 

2,060.34 439.66 

606.66 206.66- 

89,555.67 3,378.19 4,177.48- 



607.00 242.00 

1,567.50 718.50 + 

2,951.00 942.00- 

607.00 242.00 

732.00 485.00 



— 218 — 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (cont.) 






Math League 


849.00 


896.00 


47.00 


Supplies Materials 








Senior Class Play 


100.00 


140.00 


40.00 


Dramatics 


100.00 




100.00 


Student Publications 


400.00 


95.00 


305.00 


Debating 


250.00 


243.35 


6.65 


Other Expenses 








Student Council Tran 


200.00 


33.45 


166.55 


National Honor Soc. 


175.00 


36.89 


138.11 


Schd #3520 Student Activ. 


7,837.00 


7,909.19 


72.19 


Custodial 








Other Salaries 








Osgood School 


33,950.00 


35,853.16 


1,903.16 


Overtime 


1,500.00 


1,883.49 


383.49 


Deer Hill School 


34,050.00 


33,950.40 


99.60 


Overtime 


1,700.00 


1,443.22 


256.78 


Supplies/Materials 








Osgood School 








Custodial Supplies 


4,000.00, 


3,923.11 


76.89 


Deer Hill School 


3,500.00 


2,004.91 


1,495.09 


Other Salaries 








High School 


116,847.00 


113,048.15 


3,798.85 


Overtime 


6,200.00 


8,285.38 


2,085.38 


Supplies/Materials 


9,000.00 


7,825.86 


1,174.14 


Schd #4110 Custodial 


210,747.00 


208,217.68 


2,529.32 


Heat 








Supplies/Materials 








Osgood School 


24,000.00 


19,295.85 


4,704.15 


Deer Hill School 


23,000.00 


17,074.36 


5,925.64 


High School 


45,000.00 


42,633.02 


2,366.98 


Schd #4120 Heat 


92,000.00 


79,003.23 


12,996.77 


Utilities 








Other Expenses 








Osgood School 








Telephone 


2,500.00 


2,412.52 


87.48 


Electricity 


7,000.00 


8,207.90 


1,207.90 


Water 


900.00 


651.03 


248.97 


Deer Hill School 








Telephone 


2,500.00 


2,898.07 


398.07 


Electricity 


11,000.00 


8,407.91 


2,592.09 


Water 


859.00 


700.42 


158.58 


High School 








Telephone 


15,000.00 


15,749.34 


749.34 


Electricity 


39,000.00 


55,491.92 


16,491.92 


Water 


6,000.00 


5,496.09 


503.91 


Gas/High School 


4,000.00 


4,034.29 


34.29 


Schd #4130 Utilities 


88,759.00 


104,049.49 


15,290.49 


Maintenance/ Grounds 








Contracted Services Administration 






Tree and Park Dept. 


11,000.00 


6,125.07 


4,874.99 


Supplies/Materials 








Osgood School 


1,000.00 

— 219 — 




1,000.00 



Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (cont.) 




Deer Hill School 


1,000.00 




High School 


2,000.00 


65.25 


Schd #4210 Maint./Grounds 


15,000.00 


6,190.26 


Maintenance/ Building 






Contracted Services 






Osgood School 






Sewers 


400.00 


405.00 


Roof 


500.00 




Plumbing 


1,000.00 


411.88 


Carpentry 


2,000.00 


862.16 


Masonry 


3,000.00 


183.40 


Heat/Vent 


1,500.00 


2,261.20 


Misc. 


300.00 


1,172.99 


Deer Hill School 






Sewers 


400.00 


405.00 


Roof 


2,000.00 




Plumbing 


1,000.00 


1,130.00 


Carpentry 


1,000.00 




Masonry 


500.00 




Heat/Vent 


1,000.00 


2,057.55 


Misc. 


100.00 


740.77 


Supplies/Materials 






Osgood School 


500.00 


501.45 


Painting 


5,000.00 


398.68 


Electrical Supplies 


500.00 


460.68 


Deer Hill School 






Misc. 


1,000.00 


1,896.97 


Painting 


500.00 


65.84 


Electrical Supplies 


500.00 


222.94 


Contracted Services 






High School 






Sewers 


400.00 


803.87 


Roof 


2,000.00 




Plumbing 


1,500.00 


1,694.03 


Carpentry 


1,000.00 


2,044.79 


Masonry 


3,000.00 


178.83 


Heat/Vent 


6,000.00 


12,571.37 


Misc. 


1,000.00 


5,280.10 


Supplies/Materials 






High School 


5,000.00 


10,522.11 


Painting 


5,000.00 


1,757.08 


Electrical Supplies 


2,000.00 


2,862.39 


Schd #4220 Maint./Bldg. 


49,600.00 


50,891.08 


Equip. Maint. & Repair 






Contracted Services 






Osgood School 


250.00 


1,209.49 


Kindergarten 


20.00 


20.00 


Grade 1 


50.00 




Grade 2 


35.00 




Grade 3 


60.00 


30.00 


Physical Education 


15.00 


11.95 



Transfer Closed to 

Amount Revenue 

1,000.00 
1,934.75 
8,809.74 



5.00- 
500.00 
588.12 
1,137.84 
2,816.60 
761.20 
872.99 

5.00 
2,000.00 

130.00 
1,000.00 

500.00 
1,057.55 

640.77 

1.45- 
4,601.32 
39.32 

896.97- 

434.16 

277.06 



403.87- 
2,000.00 

194.03 
1,044.79 
2,821.27 
6,571.37- 
4,280.10 

5,522.11- 
3,242.92 
862.39 
1,291.08 



959.49- 

50.00 

35.00 

30.00 

3.05 



— 220 



Account Name 


Amount 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (cont. 


Deer Hill School 


350.00 


Physical Education 


25.00 


Choral Music 


80.00 


Instrumental Music 


50.00 


Library 


50.00 


Contracted Services 




Special Education 




Osgood School 


50.00 


Deer Hill School 


75.00 


Contracted Services 




High School 


500.00 


Math 


1,370.00 


Science 


1,270.00 


Foreign Language 


550.00 


Business Education 


600.00 


Industrial Arts 


700.00 


Home Economics 


340.00 


Music 


410.00 


Art 


200.00 


Physical Education 


1,025.00 


Library 


2,300.00 


Schd #4230 Equip Maint. 




Repair 


10,375.00 


Fixed Expenditures 




Other Exp. Admin. 




Schl Comm Insurance 


1,800.00 


Unemp Insurance 


15,000.00 


Schd #5200 Fixed Expend. 


16,800.00 


Improvement/Bldgs 




Contr Serv. Deer Hill Sch. 


2,500.00 


Schd #7200 Imp/Bldgs. 


2,500.00 


Acquisition of Equipment 




Osgood School 


900.00 


Deer Hill School 




Cust Acq. of Equip. 


5,358.00 


High School 




Math 


8,620.00 


Science 


1,600.00 


Business Education 


5,155.00 


Industrial Arts 


500.00 


Music 




Art 


300.00 


Library 


720.00 


Schd #7300 Acq./Equip. 


23,153.00 


Replacement/Equipment 




Deer Hill School 




Grade 4 


200.00 


Grade 5 


200.00 


Grade 6 


234.00 


Physical Education 


76.00 


High School 




Math 


1,000.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 



3,446.07 3,096.07 

25.00 



40.00 40.00 

71.00 21.00 

50.00 



50.00 
75.00 

1,290.01 790.01- 

93.47 1,276.53 

1,215.00 55.00 
550.00 

132.43 467.57 

626.43 73.57 

545.67 205.67 

324.00 86.00 

153.33 46.67 

543.90 481.10 

1,334.94 965.06 

11,067.69 692.69 



1,627.00 173.00 

5,881.26 9,118.74 

7,508.26 9,291.74 



3,032.95 532.95 

3,032.95 532.95 

900.00 

4,350.00 1,008.00 

11,162.20 2,542.20 

1,600.00 

4,133.25 1,021.75 

500.00 

636.90 636.90 

300.00 

127.95 592.05 

22,010.30 1,142.70 

200.00 
200.00 
234.00 
76.00 

190.05 809.95 



221 - 



Account Name 


Amount 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (cont. 


Science 


2,098.00 


Industrial Arts 


809.00 


Home Economics 


1,800.00 


Music 




Library 


1,000.00 


Send #4700 Repl./Equip. 


7,928.00 


Acquisition/Vehicles 




Addtl. Costs Admin. 


4,500.00 


Schd #7500 Acq/Vehicles 


4,500.00 


Vocational Education 




Voc School Tuition 


5,000.00 


Schd #9100 Voc. Ed. 


5,000.00 


Other Than Public 




Tuition 




Day School 


68,200.00 


Residential 


30,000.00 


Summer Program 


1,600.00 


Schd #9300 Other Than 




Public 


99,800.00 


Dept. No. 200 School 


4,086,549.00 


Dept. No. 300 Highway Department 


Personal Services 


22,994.00 


Wages — Permanent 


79,912.00 


Temporary Employees 


10,800.00 


Overtime 


2,882.00 


Longevity 


200.00 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


106,788.00 


Uniform Allowance 


150.00 


R & M Motor Vehicles 


4,000.00 


R & M Equipment 


2,000.00 


Street Signs 


1,000.00 


Radio & Equip Maint. 


300.00 


Street Lines 


4,000.00 


Equipment Rental 


3,000.00 


Brooks Maintenance 


1,000.00 


Roadside Mowing 


2,144.00 


Advertising 


100.00 


Telephone 


600.00 


Contract Services 


4,000.00 


Gasoline 


7,200.00 


Diesel Fuel 


1,000.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


150.00 


Custodial Supplies 


100.00 


Tools 


400.00 


Sand Loam Stone 




Highway Materials 


31,207.00 


Pipe & Fittings 


4,000.00 


Unclassified Supplies 


1,500.00 


Travel & Meetings 


10.00 


Dues 


40.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


67,901.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 



1,006.93 1,091.07 

612.16 196.84 

1,458.75 341.25 

120.00 120.00- 

462.83 537.17 

7,600.84 327.16 

6,500.00 2,000.00 

6,500.00 2,000.00 

5,000.00 
5,000.00 



64,894.90 




3,305.10 


25,610.10 




4,389.90 


1,080.00 




520.00 


91,585.00 




8,215.00 


4,090,027.19 


3,478.19 




22,994.00 






76,456.62 




3,455.38 


7,029.00 




3,771.00 


4,583.26 




1,701.26 


150.00 




50.00 


111,212.88 




5,575.12 


219.99 




69.99 


4,577.86 




577.86 


2,293.61 




293.61 


863.58 




136.42 


100.00 




200.00 


4,283.20 




283.20 


4,645.00 




1,645.00 


600.00 




400.00 


2,713.00 




596.00 
100.00 


675.33 




75.33 


3,704.50 




295.50 


4,074.14 




3,125.86 


1,035.52 


35.52- 




146.15 




3.85 


91.94 




8.06 


768.01 




368.01 


2,601.77 


200.00 


2,401.77 


29,601.91 


500.00 


2,105.09 


3,465.19 




534.81 


1,075.69 




424.31 
10.00 


40.00 






67,576.39 


700.00 


1,024.61 



— 222 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 300 Highway Department (cont.) 










R & M Equipment 


3,180.00 




3,017.32 




162.68 


Building Maintenance 


1,755.00 




1,750.51 




4.49 


Equipment 


343.00 




343.00 






Communications System 


2,006.00 




2,006.00 






Send #103 Capital Outlay 


7,284.00 




7,116.83 




167.17 


Overtime 


4,500.00 




8,576.85 


4,000.00 


76.85 


R & M Equipment 


4,000.00 




5,491.53 


846.21 


645.32 


Equipment Rental 


11,800.00 




11,228.00 




572.00 


Gasoline 


1,200.00 




1,200.00 






Sand Loam Stone 


5,500.00 




6,288.04 




788.04 


Salt 


18,000.00 




17,061.79 




938.21 


Send #107 Snow Removal 


45,000.00 




49,846.21 


4,946.21 




Elec-Traffic/St. Lights 


36,300.00 


2,758.15 


36,738.40 


4,638.40 


1,441.85 


Schd #113 Street Lighting 


36,300.00 


2,758.15 


36,738.40 


4,638.40 


1,441.85 


Electricity 


500.00 




739.52 


330.00 


90.48 


Fuel 


1,600.00 




1,531.59 


40.00 


108.41 


Building Maintenance 


300.00 




237.64 




62.36 


Other Expenses 






1,777.50 


1,777.50 




Schd #114 Garage Expenses 


2,400.00 




4,286.25 


2,147.50 


261.25 


Replace Doane St. Culvert 












Contr. Services 


52,000.00 






(52,000.00) 




Schd #140 Approp. Forward 


52,000.00 






(52,000.00) 




Culvert/Basin Ledgewood Dr. 


2,050.00 




903.15 




1,146.85 


Schd #148 Art 15, 9/20/83 


2,050.00 




903.15 




1,146.85 


Street Sweeper Net Trade-in 


58,000.00 




57,264.00 




736.00 


Schd #163 Art 16 4/7/84 


58,000.00 




57,264.00 




736.00 


Dept. No. 300 Highway 


387,723.00 


2,758.15 


334,944.11 


(39,667.89) 


10,352.85 


Dept. No. 403 Landfill 












Wages — Permanent 


33,088.00 




33,464.58 




376.58 


Temporary Employees 


1,080.00 




1,569.23 


489.23 




Longevity 


250.00 




250.00 






Paid Holidays 


888.00 




501.76 




386.24 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


35,306.00 




35,785.57 


489.23 


9.66 


Electricity 


800.00 




837.86 




37.86 


Rental & Service- 












Water Cooler 


180.00 




236.25 




56.25 


Grounds Maintenance 


130.00 




74.68 




55.32 


R & M Equipment 


4,000.00 


1,880.26 


4,319.74 


2,200.00 




Equipment Rental 


2,600.00 




3,490.00 


800.00 


90.00 


Rat Control 


360.00 




300.00 




60.00 


Advertising 


135.00 




105.23 




28.77 


Telephone 


200.00 




216.57 




16.57 


Animal Disposal 


350.00 




340.00 




10.00 


Diesel Fuel 


5,000.00 




4,406.59 




593.41 


Building Maintenance 


175.00 




15.69 




159.31 


Gravel — Landfill 


700.00 








700.00 


Landfill Cover Material 


46,395.00 




63,564.75 


17,158.95 


10.80 


Unclassified Supplies 












Tools 


200.00 




9.49 




190.51 


Schd #102 Gen. Exp. 


61,225.00 


1,880.26 


78,061.87 


20,158.95 


1,441.82 


Temporary Employees 


5,912.00 




5,981.25 




69.25 



— 223 — 



A 


ppropriation C 


larry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 403 Landfill (cont.) 










Send #105 Recycling Payroll 


5,912.00 




4,981.25 




69.25 


R & M Equipment 


100.00 








100.00 


Container Rental 


1,092.00 




1,145.88 




53.88 


Shipping Glass to Recycl. Plant 560.00 




775.00 


215.00 




Tools 


25.00 




4.68 




20.32 


Send #106 Recycling Exp. 


1,777.00 




1,925.56 


215.00 


66.44 


Other Professional Services 


3,950.00 




3,492.40 




457.50 


Schd #110 Engineering Serv. 


3,950.00 




3,492.40 




457.50 


Front End Loader 


20,000.00 




20,000.00 






Schd #180 Art 44B 6/18/84 


20,000.00 




20,000.00 






Dept. No. 403 Landfill 


128,170.00 


1,880.26 


145,246.75 


20,863.18 


1,906.17 


Dept. No. 407 Sewer Department 










Wages — Permanent 


47,484.00 




45,110.41 




2,373.59 


Clerical Salaries 


6,764.00 




6,688.66 




75.34 


Temporary Employees 






416.52 




416.52 


Overtime 


1,532.00 




865.03 




666.97 


Longevity 


150.00 




150.00 






Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


55,930.00 




53,230.62 




2,699.38 


Uniform Allowance 


187.00 




200.03 




13.30 


Cleaning Service 


702.00 




436.80 




265.20 


In-Service Training 


75.00 




105.50 




30.50 


Electricity 


11,500.00 




8,788.64 




2,711.36 


Fuel 


300.00 




259.02 




40.98 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


100.00 




157.03 


50.00 


7.03 


R & M Equipment 


8,500.00 




11,405.57 


2,700.00 


205.57 


R&M Office Equip. 


50.00 




70.00 


50.00 


30.00 


Radio & Equip. Maint. 


25.00 








25.00 


Advertising 


150.00 




129.27 




20.73 


Telephone 


1,238.00 




2,120.69 


850.00 


32.69 


Contract Services 


8,000.00 




10,792.27 


6,014.75 


3,222.48 


Lab Supplies 


1,000.00 




1,860.04 




760.04 


Chemicals 


12,000.00 




11,833.22 


166.78 




Gasoline 


500.00 




431.41 




68.59 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


500.00 




869.01 


275.00 


94.01 


Postage 


250.00 




387.30 


100.00 


37.30 


Printing & Stationery 


150.00 




147.57 


94.50 


96.93 


Building Maintenance 


100.00 


« 


92.92 




7.08 


Custodial Supplies 


500.00 




529.11 




29.11 


Unclassified Supplies 


100.00 




100.05 




.05 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 




341.14 


150.00 


108.86 


Dues 


110.00 




36.00 




74.00 


Subscriptions 


75.00 




68.50 




6.50 


Tools 


1,200.00 


449.00 


766.89 


15.89 




Schd #102 General Exp. 


47.712.00 


449.00 


51,927.98 


10,300.14 


5,635.16 


Equipment 


800.00 




1,505.45 


722.85 


17.40 


Influent Flow Meter 


6,500.00 


6,500.00 








Office Equip & Furniture 


225.00 




220.54 




4.46 


Truck Net of Trade In 


9,500.00 




10,176.00 


749.95 


73.95 


2 Sludge Pumps 


5,000.00 


4,232.26 


767.74 






Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


22,025.00 


10,732.26 


12,669.73 


1,472.80 


95.81 


Sewer Constr Proj 1 


1,439.20 


1,439.20 









224 — 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Amount to New Year 



Dept. No. 407 Sewer Department (cont.) 

Schd #140 Approp. Forward 1,439.20 

Legal Services 

Schd #195 Waste Water Mgmt 

Dept. No. 407 Sewer Dept. 127,106.20 

Dept. No. 481 Historical Society 

Office Supplies & Expenses 85 .00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 85.00 

Dept. No. 481 Historical Soc. 85.00 

Dept. No. 482 Common Hist DC 

Office Supplies & Expenses 85 .00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 85.00 

Dept. No. 482 Common Hist DC 85.00 

Dept. No. 487 Conservation 

Clerical Salaries 500.00 

Schd #101 Personal Serv. 500.00 

Other Professional Serv. 1 ,500.00 

Office Supplies & Exp. 50.00 

Travel & Meetings 100.00 

Dues 135.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 1,785.00 
Office Equip & Furniture 
Schd #103 Capital Outlay 

Dept. No. 487 Conservation 2,285.00 



Dept. No. 501 Board of Health 



Department Head 

Clerical Salaries 

Schd #101 Personal Serv. 

R & M Equipment 

So. Shore Mental Health 

Hazardous Waste Insp. 

Lab Tests 

Advertising 

Engineering Services 

Telephone 

Office Supplies & Expenses 

Postage 

Printing & Stationery 

Custodial Supplies 

Travel & Meetings 

Mileage Allowance 

Dues 

Subscriptions 

Household Hazardous 

Schd #102 General Exp. 

Office Equip & Furniture 

Schd #103 Capital Outlay 

Household Hazardous Wast 

Schd #165 Art 21 4/7/84 



22,793.00 

10,702.00 

33,495.00 

180.00 

2,000.00 

1,700.00 

400.00 

75.00 

4,195.00 

1,000.00 

750.00 

290.00 

50.00 

100.00 

240.00 

1,100.00 

100.00 

25.00 

2,000.00 

14,205.00 

1,712.00 

1,712.00 

1,500.00 

1,500.00 



1,439.20 



12,620.46 



270.00 



270.00 



expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


6,344.41 


10,000.00 


3,655.59 


6,344.41 


10,000.00 


3,655.59 


.24,172.74 


21,772.94 


12,085.94 

85.00 
85.00 
85.00 


80.45 




4.55 


80.45 




4.55 


80.45 




4.55 


898.51 


400.00 


1.49 


898.51 


400.00 


1.49 


1,807.50 


307.50 




181.55 


50.00 


81.55 


12.00 




88.00 


165.00 


30.00 




2,166.05 


387.50 


6.45 


239.74 


295.00 


55.26 


239.74 


295.00 


55.26 


3,304.30 


1,082.50 


63.20 


23,094.42 




301.43 


10,650.47 




51.53 


33,744.89 




249.89 


345.19 


232.07 


66.88 


2,000.00 




1,700.00 


356.24 




43.76 


12,421.88 


1,346.88 




3,090.00 




835.00 


956.75 




43.25 


745.12 




4.88 


288.28 




1.72 


59.11 




9.11 


104.90 




4.90 


198.40 




41.60 


1,013.58 




86.42 


96.00 




4.00 


28.00 


3.00 


2,000.00 


10,703.45 


1,581.95 


4,813.50 


1,888.37 


176.37 




1,888.37 


176.37 




1,500.00 






1,500.00 







-225 — 



Appropriation Carry Forward 

Account Name Amount to New Year 

Dept. No. 487 Conservation (cont.) 

Mosquito Control 2, 191 .00 

Schd #166 Art 10, 4/7/84 2,191.00 

Straits Pond Insect Control 2,870.00 

Schd #171 Art 13 6/18/84 2,870.00 

Dept. No. 501 Bd. of Health 55,973.00 270.00 

Dept. No. 503 Social Services League 

Nursing Services 9, 805 .00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 9,805.00 

Dept. No. 503 Soc. Serv. Lg. 9,805.00 

Dept. No. 431 Council on Aging 

Social Activities 525.00 

R & M Motor Vehicles 900.00 

Radio & Equip Maint. 100.00 

Meals on Wheels 2,068.85 

Gasoline 1,500.00 

Office Supplies & Exp. 1 55 .00 

Postage 260.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 5,508.85 
Dept. No. 531 Council on Aging 5,508.85 

Dept. No. 551 Veterans' Services 

Department Head 1 ,600 .00 

Schd #101 Personal Serv. 1,600.00 

Telephone 50.00 

Office Supplies & Exp. 75 .00 

Travel & Meetings 50.00 

Dues 25.00 

Veterans' Benefits 8,000.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 8,200.00 

Veterans' Benefits 

Schd #143 Unpaid Bills FY 84 

Dept. No. 551 Veterans' Serv. 9,800.00 

Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries 

Wages— Permanent 8,119.00 

Temporary Employees 350.00 

Grave Openings 2,800.00 

Schd #101 Personal Serv. 11,269.00 

Electricity 70.00 

R & M Equipment 125 .00 

Gasoline 200.00 

Building Maint. 100.00 

Tools 280.00 

Unclassified Sup. & Exp. 455.00 

Schd #102 General Exp. 1,230.00 

Grounds Maint. 2,000.00 

Equipment 150.00 

Schd #103 Capital Outlay 2,150.00 

Wages— Permanent 5,400.00 

Temporary Employees 1 ,000.00 



226 — 



Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 

2,191.00 
2,191.00 


655.00 




2,215.00 


655.00 




2,215.00 


48,491.71 


1,758.32 


8,969.61 


9,804.97 




.03 


9,804.97 




.03 


9,804.97 




.03 


722.99 




197.99 


2,152.64 


1,133.00 


119.64 
100.00 


1,214.55 


854.30 




898.33 




601.67 


125.00 




30.00 


307.05 




47.05 


5,420.56 


1,133.00 


1,221.29 


5,420.56 


1,133.00 


1,221.29 


1,600.00 






1,600.00 











75.00 






50.00 


35.00 




10.00 


4,756.75 




3,243.25 


4,791.75 




3,408.25 


12,616.31 


12,616.31 




12.616.31 


12.616.31 




19,008.06 


12,616.31 


3,408.25 


8,006.36 




112.64 


180.00 




170.00 


1,690.00 




1,110.00 


9,876.36 




1,392.64 


78.92 




8.92 


179.83 




54.83 


206.18 




6.18 


12.80 




87.20 


173.10 




106.90 


462.60 




7.60 


1,113.43 




116.57 


2,000.00 






31.99 




118.01 


2,031.99 




118.01 


5,400.00 






909.00 




91.00 



f Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 




6,309.00 




91.00 




1,475.00 








1,475.00 






1,082.07 


1,091.00 




370.67 


1,082.07 


1,091.00 




370.67 



Account Name Amount 

Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries (continued) 

Schd #104 Pers. Serv T F 6,400.00 

Care of Veterans' Graves 1 ,475 .00 

Schd #125 Central Cemetery 1,475.00 
Improv-Watering Sys Woodside 2, 172.74 
Schd #135 Art 18, 4/3/82 2,172.73 

Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries 24,696.74 1,082.07 21,896.45 1,718.22 



1,863.03 

42.44 

45.50 

1,859.97 

121.24 

987.93 

63.20 

5,028.53 

3,554.22 

982.98 

36.26 

301.46 

285.00 

424.12 

213.17 

15.00 

1,691.58 

2,665.00 

2,665.00 

1,000.00 

1,000.00 

7,216.55 



5.12 

5.12- 

140.00 

45.73 

100.00 

80.00 

80.20 

155.08 

66.56 

14.41 

100.00 

162.95 

.28- 

21.15 

.56 

.56 

16.59 



Dept. No. 601 Library 






Department Head 


28,268.00 


28,268.00 


Wages Permanent 


85,743.00 1 


13.05 83,766.92 


Custodial Services 


6,206.00 


6,163.56 


Longevity 


500.00 


545.50 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


120,717.00 1 


13.05 118,743.98 


Electricity 


3,600.00 


3,721.25 


Fuel 


4,000.00 


3,012.07 


Telephone 


800.00 


863.20 


Books 


32,000.00 


26,971.47 


Magazines 




3,554.22 


Audio- Visual Media 




982.98 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


2,520.00 


2,483.74 


Postage 


760.00 


458.54 


Stationery 


285.00 




Building Maintenance 


900.00 


1,324.12 


Travel & Meetings 


650.00 


436.83 


Dues 


175.00 


190.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


45,690.00 


43,998.42 


Bldg. Maintenance 


3,660.00 


995.00 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


3,660.00 


995.00 


Books 


5,000.00 


4,000.00 


Schd #117 General Exp. TF 


5,000.00 


4,000.00 


Dept. No. 601 Library 


175,067.00 113.05 167,737.40 


Dept. No. 621 Recreation 






Department Head 


22,793.00 


22,793.00 


Temporary Employees 


12,324.00 


12,329.12 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


35,117.00 


35,122.12 


Band Concerts 


550.00 


690.00 


Social Activities 


100.00 


54.27 


Electricity 


350.00 


250.00 


R & M Equipment 


80.00 




R & M Office Equip. 




80.20 


Telephone 


600.00 


766.08 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


200.00 


266.56 


Postage 


200.00 


214.41 


Stationery 


100.00 




Unclassified Supplies 


1,250.00 


1,087.05 


Mileage Allowance 


900.00 


900.28 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


4,330.00 


4,308.85 


Improv. Beechwood Playground 5,000.00 


4,999.44 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


5,000.00 


4,999.44 


Dept. No. 621 Recreation 


44,447.00 


44,430.41 



227 — 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Amount to New Year 



Unclassified Supplies 


700.00 


Send #102 General Exp. 


700.00 


Dep. No. 643 Celebrations 


700.00 


Dept. No. 700 Debt Service 




Debt— Jr. Sr. HS 


100,000.00 


Sewer Phase I 


15,000.00 


Sewer Phase II 


20,000.00 


Acq. of Railroad Property 


26,400.00 


Landfill Project 


48,000.00 


Schd#126 Maturing Debt 


209,400.00 


Tax Anticipation Notes 


15,000.00 


Phase I Sewer 


1,785.00 


Phase II Sewer 


8,670.00 


Phase III Sewer Plans — 




Specifications 


30,000.00 


School Debt 


12,760.00 


Tax Abatement 


1,500.00 


Acq. of Land Railroad Prop. 


9,737.00 


Landfill Project 


15,264.00 


Schd#127 Interest 


94,716.00 


Dept. No. 700 Debt Service 


304,116.00 



Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


778.80 


78.80 




778.80 


78.80 




778.80 


78.80 




100,000.00 






15,000.00 






20,000.00 






26,400.00 






48,000.00 






209.400.00 






17,131.13 




2,131.14 


1,785.00 






8,670.00 




30,000.00 


12,760.00 






2,418.68 




918.68 


7,302.24 




2,434.76 


15,264.00 






65,331.06 




29,384.94 


274,731.06 




29,384.94 



8,291,302.06 88,473.52 8,106,373.84 127,806.79 224,261.49 









Schedule GF-4 


STATE AND COUNTY ASSESSMENTS 




For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1985 










Over (Under) 




Estimated 




Est. Forwarded 


Account 


Charges 


Expenditures 


To Fiscal 1986 


County Tax 


$107,046.00 


$107,046.38 


($ .38) 


Special Education 


6,186.00 


7,160.50 


(974.50) 


Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Bills 


1,057.00 


528.50 


528.50 


Elderly Gov't Retirees Health Ins. 


1,040.00 


1,040.00 




Retired Teachers Health Ins. 


37,369.00 


37,369.00 




Recreation Areas Outside 








Metropolitan Parks District 


42,515.00 


42,562.00 


(47.00) 


Mosquito Control Projects 


7,971.00 


7,971.00 




Air Pollution Control Districts 


1,726.00 


1,726.00 




Metro. Area Planning Council 


1,241.00 


1,241.00 




Metropolitan Parks 


6,237.00 


6,237.00 




M.B.T.A. 


100,806.00 


102,239.00 


(1,433.00) 




$313,194.00 


$315,120.38 


(1,926.38) 



228 



BALANCE SHEET 
DEFERRED REVENUE ACCOUNTS 

June 30, 1985 



Apportioned Sewer Assessments Not Due: 

Apportioned Sewer Assessments Revenue 
Due in Fiscal: 

1985 

1986 

1987 

1988 

1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 

1993 

1994 



2,066.51 


2,066.51 


2,066.51 


2,066.51 


2,066.51 


2,066.51 


2,066.51 


2,066.51 


132.80 


62.80 



DEFERRED REVENUE FUND 
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1985 



$16,727.76 



$16,727.76 



Apportioned Sewer Assessments 

not due— July 1, 1984 
Less— Collections July 1, 1984 

to June 30, 1985 

Less — Added to Real Estate Taxes 



1984 1984C1994 Total 

2,119.01 $17,147.76 $19,266.77 





420.00 


420.00 


2,119.01 
2,119.01 


19,686.77 
— 0— 


18,846.77 
2,119.01 


— 0— 


$19,686.77 


$16,727.76 



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232 



Index 

Appointed Town Officers 6 

Aging, Council On 138 

Animal Control Officer 134 

Board of Assessors 132 

Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 133 

Capital Budget Committee 134 

Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 133 

Collector of Taxes 168 

Committee to Survey Structures and Functions of Town Government 156 

Disposal Area Study Committee 137 

Drainage Advisory Committee 142 

Fire Department 141 

Government Island Study Committee 142 

Harbor Committee 140 

Harbor Department 139 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 144 

Health, Board of 135 

Highway Department 143 

Historic District Commission 132 

Historical Commission 145 

Housing Authority 154 

In Memoriam 1 

Jury List , 15 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library Trustees 146 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council 148 

Personnel Committee 152 

Planning Board 145 

Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 150 

Police Department 148 

Recreation Director 151 

Recycling Committee 153 

Registrars, Board of 130 

Salaries & Wages — Town Employees 172 

Sealer of Weighs and Measures 144 

Sewer Commission 153 

School Department 157 

Superintendents Report 158 



— 233- 



Index 

Selectmen, Board of 16 

Social Service League 155 

South Shore Regional Vocational Technical School 

Representative 164 

Superintendent 165 

Town Accountant 181 

Statement of Revenues 189 

Close Out Ledger— General Fund 201 

Balance Sheets 

All Fund Types and Account Groups 184 

Capital Projects Funds 197 

Deferred Revenue Accounts 229 

General Fund 182 

Special Revenue 189 

Water Fund 198 

State & County Assessments 228 

Statement of Long Term Debt 230 

Trust Funds 194 

Town Clerk 19 

Elected Town Officers 4 

Election Officers 131 

Annual Town Meeting (April 6, 1985) 19 

Annual Town Election (April 13, 1985) 93 

Special Town Meeting (June 17, 1985) 97 

Special Town Meeting (December 9, 1985) 109 

Vital Statistics 122 

Births 123 

Deaths 128 

Marriages 125 

Town Hall Study Committee 165 

Town Treasurer & Collector 168 

Tree, Park and Cemetery Department 164 

Water Commissioners, Board of 166 

Watershed Protection Area Committee 167 

Wiring Department 167 



234 




T4e Cl 



Cohassct Historical Commission Stations of the Captains' Walk 



GOVERNMENT ISLAND 

1855-1860 Construction site of present 
Minot 's Ledge Lighthouse. 
1860-1947 Shore Station for the Lighthouse. 

a. Iron Lighthouse lamp oil storage building. 

b. Lighthouse Keepers' quarters. 

c. Lighthouse Keepers' office. 

d. Templates for construction of Lighthouse. 
ft Stone wharf used by Lighthouse service. 

f. Granite steps carved in face of Beacon Rock. 

SITE OF ELISHA DOANE'S GRIST MILL 
1792 Tidal grist mill over natural suice. 
War of 1812 Militia encamped at tidal mill. 
1862 Mill burned. Tower Brothers lumber wharf. 

TOWER'S WHARF 

C1790-1928 Four generations of Tower Family 
fishing and mercantile business. 

BATES' WHARF AND OLD SALT HOUSE 

C1750 Samuel Bates' first stone wharf and fishing 
business. Old Salt House an original 
building. 



5. LAWRENCE WHARF AND CAPTAIN JOHN 
SMITH MEMORIAL 

C1800 Elisha and "Squire" Doane's stone wharf. 
1851 Joshiah O. Lawrence — shipowner and 

merchant 
1895 Fish packing shed destroyed in spectacular 

fire. 
1907 Town landing established at wharf. 
1914 Memorial to landing of Capt. John Smith 

at "Quonahassit" in 1614. 

6. PORTUGESE HALL 

C1870 Fish and bait store at head of cove. 

1896-1941 Minot 's Ledge Portugese Benevolent 
Association Hall. Social organization 
of Cohasset's Portugese seafaring 
families. 

1906 Building moved to present site. 




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